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Title: Determinants of job satisfaction of new generation employee in China
Authors: Wang, Lu 
Issue Date: 2020
Source: Wang, L. (2020). Determinants of job satisfaction of new generation employee in China [Unpublished bachelor's thesis]. Wenzhou-Kean University.
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate what leads to people’s job satisfaction. We selected eight possible work-related factors from previous research which are Maturity level, Relationship status, Educational level, Years of experience, Managerial ranking, Organization size, Salary, and Opportunities (Daud 2016). We aim to see whether they are also significantly associated with job satisfaction in China. In order to measure the relationship between work-related factors and job satisfaction, we used questionnaires to get responses of 100 employees from various organizations in Wenzhou which is a city in China. The method modules we used are Cronbach Alpha reliability and Regression analysis to test which of these factors determine job satisfaction. The results show Relationship status, Educational level, Managerial ranking, Salary, Opportunities for growth contribute significantly to job satisfaction. These results build a positive relationship between job satisfaction and these work-related factors.
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