Job satisfaction of Delaware women in non-traditional occupations

a survey report by Hester R. Stewart

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Written in English
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StatementHester R. Stewart, project director [and] Deborah O. Siefkin, research assistant.
ContributionsDelaware. Dept. of Public Instruction., University of Delaware.
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 91/7030 (H)
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 32 p.
Number of Pages32
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Open LibraryOL1668611M
LC Control Number91621297

For employed women, job conditions that encourage self-direction are related to effective intellectual functioning and an open, flexible orientation to others, while those tha constrain opportuniti. Delaware ranked first and Louisiana last in a University of Massachusetts study that tried to measure where workers are treated best, based on factors including job opportunities, job quality and workplace fairness. Rounding out the top five best states for workers were New Hampshire, Minnesota, Vermont and Iowa. After Louisiana, the next. Non-Traditional Careers What is the definition of a non-traditional career? Working in a field or pursuing a degree program in which the total population is comprised of 25% or less of one gender.   While women report earning lower salaries than men, they do not report lower overall job satisfaction. TIAA’s study is based on data concerning approximat faculty members obtained from Harvard University’s Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education and interviews with 42 faculty members across the U.S.

Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. Data was obtained on women through the Job Satisfaction Survey and an additional demographic survey created by the author. Results indicated that female administrators at Christian colleges Hanegraaf’s book documented the inferior status of women and the. Non-traditional perks/benefits: 24 % Levels of job satisfaction in the Netherlands ; Growth in the number of jobs over the past 25 years Australia by occupation type;.   Jurick, Nancy C, Halemba, Gregory J () ‘ Gender, Working Conditions and the Job Satisfaction of Women in a Non-Traditional Occupation: Female Correctional Officers in Men's Prisons ’ Sociological Quarte – The term of non-traditional careers will also refer to jobs that have been filled by one gender specifically. The US Department of labor will define the non-traditional occupations for which most individuals of one gender which have less than 25% of the people employed in such occupations.

“Health and Gender in Female-Dominated Occupations: The Case of Male Nurses;” Goss, Parr & Allison, “Researching the Halted Paths of Male Primary School Teacher Candidates,” and two additional scholarly sources of your choosing] (#61) In your paper, you should talk about men working in non-traditional occupations in the United States. Delaware Business Court Insider Our annual Midlevel Associates Survey finds high job satisfaction in firms' junior ranks—even if many of those lawyers don't plan to stick around.   Non-Traditional Occupations For Women – Cracking the Glass Ceiling at Corporations The glass ceiling is a term that has come to mean a barrier to women’s advancement in the workplace. Believe it or not, this term celebrates its 30th birthday this year! The term was originated by diversity consultant Marilyn Loden in a presentation [ ].   Funded by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (ETA), WorkforceGPS is ETA's online technical assistance and training website. Intended for Federal grantees, educators, business leaders, and workforce professionals nationwide, WorkforceGPS features virtual training events, communities of practice, collections, research materials, and a wealth of resources to .

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A study examined job satisfaction of Delaware women who are working in occupations that are nontraditional for females. A total of respondents (out of a possible ) returned surveys that focused on the identification of the positive aspects of the jobs.

Overall job satisfaction was high, according to 86 percent of the respondents. Job Satisfaction of Women in Nontraditional Occupations STEWART, HESTER R. The author investigates factors that influencejob satisfactionamong Delaware women working in nontraditional occupations.

Earnings, household responsibilities, and ability to cope with family and work also were studied. Gender, Working Conditions and the Job Satisfaction of Women in a Non‐Traditional Occupation: Female Correctional Officers in Men's Prisons * Nancy C.

Jurik. Arizona State University, Center for the Study of Justice. with experiences on the job as determinants of job satisfaction. The results support the job model, which suggests that the Cited by:   ().

Gender, Working Conditions and the Job Satisfaction of Women in a Non-Traditional Occupation: Female Correctional Officers in Men's Prisons. The Sociological Quarterly: Vol. 25, No. 4, pp. Cited by: in Traditional and Non-Traditional Occupations 5.

Occupation of Comparison Other for Women in 46 Non-Traditional Occupations 6. Mean MSQ Scores of Women in Traditional and Non-Traditional 49 Occupations as a function of Reference Group Choice 7.

Bivariate Correlations Between MSQ Scores and Age, 50 Level of Education, and Salary 8. Girls’ Jobs for the Boys. Men, Masculinity and Non‐Traditional Occupations.

Simon Cross. University of Leicester, Search for more papers by this author. Book Review: Women Leading, Leadership, /, 1, 3 How Gender Frames the Emotional Labor and Job Satisfaction of Nurses, Sex Roles, /sz.

Career Expectations. A list of expected or desired outcomes was compiled from research on women entrepreneurs and the types of outcomes they expected to receive from business ownership Hisrich and BrushLee-Gosselin and Grise The list of expectations are a sense of achievement, job satisfaction, independence, money/wealth, security, power, status/prestige.

Many women are taking non-traditional jobs usually associated with men only. A non-traditional occupation for women is one in which women comprise 25 percent or less of total employment.

But again this could change from country to country. For example it is common to have women bus drivers in USA. In India, women bus drivers are very rare. Some Facts About Non-Traditional Careers for Women.

According to U.S. Department of Labor statistics, in the median weekly earnings of women who worked full-time were only 82% of men's full-time median weekly earnings (Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S.

Department of Labor, "Highlights of Women's Earnings in ," BLS Reports.); Women are underrepresented in occupations across. The career choices were then divided into traditional and non-traditional careers in accordance with male-dominated and female-dominated occupation groups (Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, ).

satisfaction for both men and women, but the women in this study were more distressed by work-family conflict than the men. Career counselors should be sensitive to the potential impact. are high in job satisfaction generally love their job, feel that they are being fairly treated and believe that their jobs have many desirable features such as interesting work, good pay and job security.

A research conducted in Chuka University in Kenya on employees’ satisfaction and work environment by Peak Network Consultants Ltd, ( According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, women make up about 48 percent of the labor force; men 52 percent.

A married woman can expect to spend 34 years in the labor force. An unmarried woman can expect to spend 41 years in the labor force. Today 43 percent of women workers are in jobs paying below-poverty-level wages. Children start to become aware of the world of careers as early as pre-school.

Even through simple life experiences they become aware of the nature of careers and they begin to form their own ideas about career roles. The coloring pages and activities in this book are intended to be fun for children in the Pre-K to 3rd grade age groups.

Fairygodboss' research on female job satisfaction shows at least five significant correlations between self-reported levels of job satisfaction and the commentary women have left in. Administrative jobs, like administrative assistants, made the Urban Institute's list of most enjoyable jobs for older workers.

Of those in this profession, 46% say they like their line of work. measures. Being assigned to a job traditional for members of one's gender or to one that is nontraditional was not related to women's. attrition, satisfaction, advancement, or reenlistment.

Among men, rates of attrition and advancement were greater and reenlistment rates were lower for those in jobs considered nontraditional fox women.

Suitable for readers at any point in their medical career – practitioners, fellows, residents, and medical students – who want to explore possibilities beyond traditional medical practice, the book also sets out common-sense advice on topics such as work-life balance, mentorship, and the relationship between personality and job satisfaction.

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The best part about hiring more women in the workplace not only helps you double your gains and increases your organization’s productivity but also make the workplace a better place to work. Some of the top advantages of having gender diversity at the workplace are, Better job satisfaction; The work turns out to be enjoyable and fun.

– The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of gender on the job satisfaction of US academics., – The population for this study consisted of full‐time college and university teachers listed in the “Brain Track University Index Directories of the United States Colleges and Universities”.

A sampling technique was used to select the respondents surveyed for this study. Job Satisfaction. Some people love their jobs, some people tolerate their jobs, and some people cannot stand their jobs. Job satisfaction describes the degree to which individuals enjoy their job.

It was described by Edwin Locke () as the state of feeling resulting from appraising one’s job. Certain analytical and developmental careers in computers are also expected to be in demand in Delaware fromwith several jobs projected to see 12% growth or.

Women in non-traditional occupations, such as welding, architecture, and criminal justice, for example, usually earn more than they would earn in a traditionally ‘female’ occupation. Many men who, in the past, were discouraged from entering jobs predominantly held by women are finding greater satisfaction and.

The challenges facing women who may seek non-traditional employment opportunities vary depending on the job, field and sector. For example, in occupations that require professional school training, like law, medicine, and dentistry, career paths are fairly uniform and well defined.

out of 5 stars men in "women's jobs" studied. Reviewed in the United States on July 8, This book examines the lives, salaries, promotions, barriers, and emotions of men in job categories that are highly female. It can be divided into two sections: the first is a statistical analysis of the phenomenon, the second is a more direct look Reviews: 2.

Here’s a look at the happiest occupations in the world, most of which prove, you get what you give when it comes being satisfied with your job. Many of the professions on this list require schooling, either through traditional or an online education, so the good news is, you can receive the training you need to land a happy job.

The study's findings have three important policy implications: (1) women enlistees have much lower exit rates from the armed forces than their counterparts in civilian jobs; (2) job traditionality does not affect turnover for women in civilian jobs (for a variety of definitions of.

Data extracted on: Novem Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Note: More data series, including additional geographic areas, are available through the "Databases & Tables" tab at the top of this page. Delaware includes the following metropolitan areas for which an Economy At A Glance table is available.

Dover, DE; Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD. general, job satisfaction increases with the prestige or social standing of occupations.1 As Table 1 shows, for all workers % are very satisfied with their jobs and that increases from % very satisfied among the unskilled and entry-level occupations lowest in.

a four-point scale). ThE.Y were followed by women '-1n Conventional occupations (); and the four women in Realistic jobs (all engineering) gave the lowest. ratings (). Grouped by traditionality, there was do difference in job. satisfaction between women in traditional and nontraditional jobs.Look up information on a specific job by searching on a job title.

Real-Time Labor Market Info Real-time statistics on job seeker and employer characteristics, workforce demand, and salary trends, from current Delaware JobLink job openings and job seeker registrations. Job Satisfaction According to Vroom () Job satisfaction is an orientation of emotions that employees possess towards role they are performing at the work place.

Job Satisfaction is the essential component for employee motivation and encouragement towards better people have defined job satisfaction over the years.