Analysis of Factors Affecting the Job Satisfaction Degree of the Floating Population——Based on Data of the 2013 Research on the Floating Population Management and Service
Wu Ji;Guo Feng;
Based on the data of the "Floating Population Management and Service" survey co-conducted by Nankai University and other colleges and universities in eight cities of China in 2013, this article did a statistical analysis of the factors affecting the job satisfaction degree of the floating population under the formal employment conditions, and discussed about the role of household register in influencing job satisfaction. The study found that age and job satisfaction are correlated with an inverted U shape; education, income and job satisfaction have significant positive correlation; work time, residence change and job satisfaction are negatively correlated. There is a certain correlation between the employment type and job satisfaction. Urban and rural differences do exist in the factors affecting the job satisfaction degree of the floating population.