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Personality factors of job satisfaction
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The aim of this paper is a) to analyse the relationship between a job satisfaction and personality traits (Big 5) and b) locus of control and self-efficacy and self-esteem. The research sample consists of 137 employed respondents, 73.7% are full-time employed, on part-time is employed 5.8% of respondents, 13.1% are self-employed and 7.3% of respondents has employment agreement. The average age of the research participants is 40.5 years, SD=14, 43, minimal age is 18 years and maximal 62 years. The sample consists of 43.8% men and 56.2% women. The results of the study describe the level of job satisfaction in relation to personality traits, internality/externality and the characteristics of self-evaluation (self-esteem and self-efficacy). The aim of the comparative analysis was to identify gender and parenthood differences in the context of job satisfaction. Part of analysis is to examine the degree of influence of selected factors on the overall level of job satisfaction.
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