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Unformatted text preview: «WW I If you were aske'd'tolistthe'aspects ' _ , _ the ones that make you' excited-"about"Etude-rigged}i, _ " wouid be your answer”?'isalary?__.:Fr_in“ge_’;"beri fi' " Nu days? When 35,000 Ameucansempldyed; y ' that question, iew mentioned-_Epay'o:_-bei_1j"'_i_1t -_in"fac_, ._ even make it in the top'teng The {racism "got people: most excited _ 611301.112 their work WEI‘C- . -_.”' ._. .‘=_ ._ :.. a chalienging tasks-L .. ' _- . a participation in'dECisi'onI melting; ": a some control over the job"envir'onmet1_t_.~ a opportunities for career development and advancement; : a competent leadership. ' ' .' " ' ' __ . _ _ a a sense that their SupervisOrs were concerned 'with' thE_erhpl_oyees"-_' ,- weli—being. ' - .' '. That's a lot to ask for in anyjob. _ . : ._ .. Not all the people who responded to the suryey‘said tha _e1 own Jobs _ were characterized by these factors. onlysomagg'queieefir ep ‘rted'th'at-fi" they were fully involved with and eitCitEd about their: jo "he e the]: lucky ones. Will you be oneoi them}: 3 ' ' ‘ " Source,- Sit Petersbnrg (FL) Titties,- September__l1_i,-II:'QO-3_;fl_s with one’s job. People who are satisfied with their work tend to live longer than people who are dissatisfied with their work. Selecting the job that is compatible with your interests, skills, and temper- ament is among the most significant decisions you will ever make. For that reason, this course in industriai—organizationai (1-0) psychology may be the most personally relevant of your college career. You will find that {—0 psychology wiil have an impact on your future from the day you appiy for your first job until the day you announce your retirement. The findings and practices of 1—0 psychologists, second to your own sicilis and motivation, will determine the positions for which you are hired, the way you are expected to perform your job duties, your rank and compensation, your ultimate level of responsibility, and the personal happiness you derive from your work. lNBUSlRiAl-URGANEZMEUNAL PSYCHOLOGY 8N THE JO! [-0 psychologists working in the area of human resources, or employee seiec- tion. help initially with the ciifiicult task of choosing a job. Your first formai con— tacts with 1—0 psychology outside the classroom are iilcely to be with recruitment Web sites, application blanks. interviews, psychologicai tests, and other employee ...
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