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Assessment of job satisfaction and quality of life in public health assistants

Burak Mete, Erkay Nacar, Yusuf Levent, Esin Cakmak, Cigdem Tekin, Ali Ozer.


The aim of this research is to determine the levels of job satisfaction, life quality and affecting factors in public health assistants who work in Turkey. Our study is a cross-sectional survey conducted between March and August 2016 with 126 assistant doctors throughout Turkey. The Minnesota Job Satisfaction Scale and the Short-Form Quality of Life Scale were used in the questionnaire. Kruskal-Wallis and Mann Whitney-U, Student-t test and ANOVA tests were used for statistical analysis. The level of p0.05). The mean job satisfaction scores for those who have never, rarely and frequently encountered problems at work, were 4.12±0.45, 3.18±0.44 and 2.68±0.64, respectively (p

Key words: Job satisfaction, medical residency, quality of life

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