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Title: Job level and national culture as joint roots of job satisfaction
Authors: Huang, X 
Van De, VE
Issue Date: 2004
Source: Applied psychology, 2004, v. 53, no. 3, p. 329-348 How to cite?
Journal: Applied Psychology 
Abstract: To examine cross-cultural and cross-occupational variations in job satisfaction, data from a multinational company survey with 129,087 respondents from 39 countries was analysed. Multilevel analyses showed that job level is positively related to job satisfaction in individualistic countries but not in collectivistic countries. Moreover, the positive relationship between job level and job satisfaction holds only for jobs with much opportunity to use one's skills and abilities, especially in individualistic countries. Job level is even negatively related to job satisfaction in jobs with little opportunity to use one's skills and abilities in collectivistic countries.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/28950
ISSN: 0269-994X
DOI: 10.1111/j.1464-0597.2004.00174.x
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