Malaysian Civilian Nurses in Military Hospitals
A job satisfaction study among civilian nurses was conducted in 3 Military Hospitals in Malaysia. A Participant convenient sample of n=172 was selected for statistical analysis and the response rate was 63.7 %. Responsibility, Staff Relation, Opportunity to Develop and Patient Care were domains identified that had high level of job satisfaction. Staff Relation domain was significant with the highest P- value among demographic data. The dataset was not distributed normally as the distribution was skewed left. The findings of the study revealed that there was significant positive relationship that showed general satisfaction among the domains. From the study it could be concluded that there was the influence of general satisfaction with all the reviewed elements. There was correlation with each other by 45% as indicated by the R2 value in the regression test.
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