Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Dr. Richard Miller (Director); Dr. Steve Haggbloom; Dr. Reagan Brown
Department of Psychology
Master of Arts
LEVELS OF BURNOUT AND JOB SATISFACTION IN LARGE-SCALE AGRIBUSINESS Hugh Patrick Bosley August, 2004 39 pages Directed by: Richard Miller, Reagan Brown, and Steve Haggbloom Department of Psychology Western Kentucky University Abstract This research examined organizational sources and levels of Burnout and Job Satisfaction of a large scale agribusiness (n=300) by administering the Maslach Burnout Inventory – General Survey, the Hoppock Job Satisfaction Blank, the Areas of Work Life Survey, and demographic questions. This study provided normative sample data for the agribusiness sector, found a good degree of fit between the agribusiness sample data and existing industry norms, and determined the relationships between burnout and job satisfaction for the agribusiness sector followed known patterns of other industries. Recommendations are made for future normative research to be conducted on a larger and more diverse sample size, in order to better draw conclusions for the industry as a whole.
Agricultural and Resource Economics | Psychology
Bosley, Hugh Patrick, "Levels of Burnout and Job Satisfaction in Large-Scale Agribusiness" (2004). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 1106.