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A Study of Job Satisfaction in the United States Air Force.
AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
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This study analyzes job satisfaction in the United States Air Force as reported by 10,996 respondents to a survey conducted by the Air Force Management Improvement Group AFMIG in June of 1975. The primary technique used is the Automatic Interaction Detection algorithm AID. AID is a computerized, sequential analysis of variance technique which attempts to isolate homogenous groups within a larger population. A stepwise linear regression technique is also used, and, in addition, the population is divided and examined on the basis of selected demographic variables such as grade, command, years in service, education, race, sex, and Air Force Specialty Code. A detailed analysis is made of the entire population and comparisons are made between officer and enlisted groups and between rated and non-rated officers. AID is also used in an attempt to relate career intent to job satisfaction.
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