Longitudinal Inferences of Job Attitude and Tenure Relationships from Cross-Sectional Data.
Interim rept. 1 Oct 74-31 Mar 76,
AIR FORCE HUMAN RESOURCES LAB BROOKS AFB TEX
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One objective of an Air Force job satisfaction research program is the identification of career ladders with the greatest potential for improving retention. This study revealed that a regression model which takes into account airmen career status and months of service while holding constant aptitude differences can be used to display and interpret cross-sectional attitude data in a longitudinal fashion. The cross-sectional profiles provide a means of identifying specialties with the greatest potential for job reengineering where the goal is to positively influence career decisions through providing more satisfying jobs. Author
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