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What Factors Influence Job Satisfaction in Nursing
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This report focuses on nurses, both registered (RN) and licensed practical (LPN), working in a Long-term Acute Care Hospital (LTACH) setting. The focus of the survey was to determine if factors such as rate of pay, length of employment or FTE status influenced job satisfaction. Thirty-eight responses were obtained with the following results related to job title, RN vs LPN

Result 1: Job Title: RN or LPN   [Info]
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 FTE status, the number of hours worked per week was assessed. Seventy-four percent worked 36 or more hours per week, 18% part-time at 24 hours per week and 8% worked PRN or less than 24 hours per week

Result 2: FTE Status   [Info]
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 Length of employment was rounded to the nearest year. The mean number of years employed with this specific LTACH was 4.6 The mean rate of pay was established at 24.07 with a minimum of 12.75 and maximum of 40.86

Result 3: Summary Stats - Rate of Pay   [Info]
Summary statistics:
ColumnMeanStd. dev.MedianRangeMinMaxQ1Q3IQR
Rate of pay24.0726327.252464124.1528.1112.7540.8618.553011.45

Level of job satisfaction was reported as either extremely satisfied (29%), Satisfied (58%), or extremely unsatisfied (13%)

Result 4: Level of Satisfaction   [Info]
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The following show the correlation between the two quantitative variables assessed with this survey, rate of pay and length of employment

Result 5: Simple Linear Regression For Rate of Pay and Length of Employment   [Info]
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Result 6: Histogram Level of Satisfaction and Length of Employment   [Info]
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Using the data from summary statistics related to rate of pay and length of employment, 95% confidence intervals were obtained.  Years of employment confidence interval is (4.5), (4.8) and the confidence interval for rate of pay is (21.69), (26.45).  Unfortunately hypothesis testing was not completed as the sample did not meet requirements for testing. 

 

In conclusion there is not sufficient data to indicate that rate of pay influences level of satisfaction.  As show in the below bar graph the mean rate of pay for those reporting that they are unsatisfied is 30 where as those reporting satisfaction is slightly lower at 28

Result 7: Rate of Pay and Level of Satisfaction   [Info]
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There is sufficient data to indicate that years of employment has a negative impact on reported job satisfaction.  The mean years of employment for those reporting dissatisfaction is 6, twice as long as those who report that they are extremely satisfied with their employment

Result 8: Years of Employment and Level of Satisfaction   [Info]
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