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Relationships between adult workers’ spiritual well- being and job satisfaction: a preliminary study
Counseling and Values
  • Tracey Robert, Fairfield University
  • Scott J. Young
  • Virginia A. Kelly, Fairfield University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
4-1-2006
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Abstract
The authors studied the relationships between adult workers' spiritual well-being and job satisfaction. Two hundred participants completed 2 instruments: the Spiritual Well-Being Scale (C. W. Ellison & R. F. Paloutzian, 1982) and the Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire Short Form (D. J. Weiss, R. V. Dawis, G. W. England, & L. H. Lofquist, 1967). A bivariate correlational analysis showed spiritual well-being, religious well-being, and existential well-being to be positively related to job satisfaction for this sample. With a forced-entry multiple regression analysis, overall spiritual well-being was found to have a moderate influence, existential well-being had a much stronger influence, and religious well-being had a minimal influence all on general job satisfaction.
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Copyright 2006 Wiley/American Counseling Association

Published Citation
Robert, Tracey, Young, J. Scott, & Kelly, Virginia A. (April 2006). Relationships between adult workers’ spiritual well- being and job satisfaction: a preliminary study. Counseling and Values, 50(3), 165-175.
DOI
10.1002/j.2161-007X.2006.tb00053.x
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Citation Information
Tracey Robert, Scott J. Young and Virginia A. Kelly. "Relationships between adult workers’ spiritual well- being and job satisfaction: a preliminary study" Counseling and Values Vol. 50 Iss. 3 (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/virginia_kelly/10/