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Título: JOB SATISFACTION OF UNIVERSITY GRADUATES
Palabras clave: Economía y Finanzas
Job satisfaction
discrepancy theory
over-education
overskilling
Editorial: Universidad de Zaragoza
Descripción: This paper investigates the determinants of job satisfaction of university graduates in Spain. We base our analysis on Locke's discrepancy theory [Locke (1969)] and decompose subjective evaluation of job characteristics into surplus and deficit levels. We also study the importance of overeducation and over-skilling on job satisfaction. We use REFLEX data, a survey of university graduates. We conclude that job satisfaction is mostly determined by the subjective evaluation of intrinsic job characteristics, with an asymmetric impact of surpluses and deficits. Over-skilling is much more important than over-education in explaining the job satisfaction of university graduates, although the latter is also significant.
Other Identifiers: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=96925716002
Aparece en las Colecciones:Revista de Economía Aplicada

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