Job satisfaction and burnout: predictors of intentions to leave a job in a military setting

Authors:
HARRINGTON Donna, et al
Journal article citation:
Administration in Social Work, 25(3), 2001, pp.1-16.
Publisher:
Taylor and Francis
Place of publication:
Philadelphia, USA

Predictors of potential for job turnover, including job satisfaction and burnout, were examined for a national, stratified random sample of Air Force Family Advocacy Programme (FAP) workers in the USA. Respondents were more likely to intend to leave if they were emotionally exhausted, had lower levels of intrinsic job satisfaction, and were dissatisfied with their salary and promotion opportunities. Implications of the findings for research and practice are discussed.

Subject terms:
income, job satisfaction, models, social workers, stress, staff, staff resignation, armed forces personnel;
Content type:
research
Location(s):
United States
Link:
Journal home page
ISSN online:
1544-4376
ISSN print:
0364-3107

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