p 364 365 What have sociologists concluded about the relationship between

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(p. 364-365)What have sociologists concluded about the relationship between occupational prestige and job satisfaction? A. A high-status job does not guarantee job satisfaction.B. Those in high-status jobs are the most satisfied.C. Workers in low-status jobs are the most satisfied.D. Those in professional jobs are the least satisfied.Croteau - Chapter 13 #51Level: ModerateTopic: Workplace Structure and PowerType: Analysis52.(p. 364)Why do sociologists care about occupational satisfaction? A. It is thought to be a big part of how happy people are in their lives overall.B. Occupational satisfaction determines how much money people earn.C. Satisfied workers answer more positively on occupational prestige surveys.D. People who are satisfied at work tend to be less satisfied in their personal lives.Croteau - Chapter 13 #52Level: DifficultTopic: Workplace Structure and PowerType: Synthesis53.(p. 365)The term "gender division of labor" refers to gender differences in A. access to education.B. job satisfaction.C. domestic roles.D. access to jobs.Croteau - Chapter 13 #53Level: ModerateTopic: Workplace Structure and PowerType: Knowledge
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