The Impact of Perceived Community Prosperity on Job Satisfaction of Black and White Workers

Milutinovitch, Yugoslav ; Tsaklanganos, Angelos (1976)


Data collected from black and white workers in three organizations indicate that workers living in communities with different perceived levels of prosperity have different job satisfaction. A relatively less affluent community seems to be a causal variable in lower job satisfaction of workers. The implications of these findings on workers' behavior are discussed

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