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Influential Factors for Job Satisfaction: A Comparison of Part‑Time and Full‑Time Female Employees with Children

정영순 1 어윤경 1 IM YUJIN 1

1이화여자대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to examine pathways of factors that influence job satisfaction for full-time and part-time married female employees with children of 18 or under and to compare path coefficients for two groups. Simultaneously analyzing multiple populations, we found that the path model was appropriate for both groups with significant differences in path coefficients. Income, workplace size, husband’s support for wife’s work, and work-to-family conflict had direct effects on job satisfaction for both groups whereas health had a direct effect only among full-time workers. Family-to-work conflict had an indirect effect for both types of workers, while health had an indirect effect among full-time employees only, and income and having children under school age among part-time employees only. The results indicate that differentiated approaches to increase job satisfaction for full- and part-time employees are needed.

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