1995 Baccalaureate Employment Survey:
1992 Graduates - Table 4 continued

Table 4c

Level of Satisfaction with Current Position
Reported by Employed 1992 Psychology Baccalaureate Recipients in Psychology

  Very satisfied Satisfied Somewhat satisfied Dissatisfied Very dissatisfied Not specified
Salary 8 14 29 23 22 2
Benefits 26 28 17 7 20 3
Working conditions  29 36 22 7 3 2
Level of challenge 24 21 24 20 8 2
Fit with career plans 23 23 28 13 11 2
Location 41 24 22 8 3 2
Job security 32 31 21 9 5 3
Relationship with supervisor 41 30 17 6 4 3
Relationship with coworkers 39 39 14 4 <1 3
Opportunities for promotion 16 15 28 14 21 5
Opportunities for professional advancement 18 17 27 16 18 4
Opportunity to use knowledge and skills 26 23 25 14 10 2
Opportunity to participate in decision-making 26 29 22 12 9 2
Degree of freedom to work independently 38 30 17 7 4 2
Amount of time for non-work related activities 21 30 25 13 7 2
Orientation and training offered by employer 19 23 24 15 15 4
Relationship with supervisor 41 30 17 6 4 3
Relationship with coworkers 39 39 14 4 <1 3
Opportunities for promotion 16 15 28 14 21 5
Opportunities for professional advancement 18 17 27 16 18 4
Opportunity to use knowledge and skills 26 23 25 14 10 2
Opportunity to participate in decision-making 26 29 22 12 9 2
Degree of freedom to work independently 38 30 17 7 4 2
Amount of time for non-work related activities 21 30 25 13 7 2
Orientation and training offered by employer 19 23 24 15 15 4
Source: 1992 Psychology Baccalaureate Survey, Research Office, APA.
Note: Included in these tables are all respondents who reported any employment.

See the first part of this table.