Date of Award

Summer 1981

Degree Type

Thesis - Restricted

Degree Name

Master of Arts (MA)

Department

Education

First Advisor

Raiche, Bernard

Second Advisor

Martin, Thomas

Third Advisor

Valerio, Vance

Abstract

As in any other organizational setting, student personnel administration has its problems of employee motivation, communication, and morale. A large percentage of student personnel workers are leaving the field, particulary those in entry and middle level positions. This high turnover is detrimental to the profession, individual programs, and to students. This study surveyed the job satisfaction and work values of student personnel administrators in the Milwaukee area. The objective was to identify job dimensions that influence individual job satisfaction.

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