A Reexamination of the Preferred Job Attributes of Full-Time and Part-Time Workers
Journal of Management
This study attempts to reconcile inconsistencies in the literature concerning the job attribute preferences of full-time and part-time workers. The data reveal that the worker's sex and occupation influence preferences. For male and female blue-collar workers and professional/managerial employees only minor differences exist between full- and part-time employees. However, significant differences in the preference rankings of job attributes were found between full- and part-time female clerical employees. Further, the data suggest that for female clerical employees, marital and family status could influence their job attribute preferences.
Allen, Robert E.; Keaveny, Timothy; and Jackson, John H., "A Reexamination of the Preferred Job Attributes of Full-Time and Part-Time Workers" (1979). Management Faculty Research and Publications. 293.