Date of Award
Doctor of Education (EdD)
Kelly S. Brown
Sara E. Spruce
Jeffrey S. Williamson
Scholarship of Discovery, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
This study focuses on the problem of attrition of teacher in the modern educational system, and the effect job satisfaction has on teacher attrition. Job satisfaction was examined for teaching and non-teaching staff in a high school setting to determine is difference between the employees using the Minnesota Satisfaction Survey Short Form. Analytical methodology was implemented utilizing a MANOVA to examine difference between teaching and non-teaching groups. Results indicated that there was a significant higher level for teaching staff for overall and intrinsic job satisfaction. Extrinsic job satisfaction yielded no significant difference between the groups. Furthermore, Dimensional statistics were employed to rank the job satisfaction dimensions between the two employee groups.
Curl, Jason, "Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff Job Satisfaction" (2015). Ed.D. Dissertations. 77.
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Ed.D. dissertation completed in 2015 for Olivet Nazarene University.