Job satisfaction among recreation professionals can be affected by many internal and external conditions. This study investigated the impact of 16 variables on the job satisfaction of private sector recreation practitioners. An additional 12 variables were used to describe job responsibilities and organizational characteristics. Three construct measures were used to determine individual wage, benefit and total compensation. The sample consists of 73 complete survey responses from professional members of the Resort and Commercial Recreation Association (RCRA). Regression analysis was used to identify the significant variables related to job and compensation satisfaction. The results of this data are compared with similar surveys conducted in 2000 and 2006. The findings indicate it is beneficial to track the status of wages for a professional association, as there has been apparent growth in recent years.
wage and compensation, job satisfaction, recreation managers
Rood, A. Scott and Holdnak, Andrew
"An Analysis of Compensation Patterns and Job Satisfaction Issues of Resort Recreation Professionals,"
Journal of Tourism Insights:
1, Article 3.
Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.9707/2328-0824.1038
Available at: http://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/jti/vol4/iss1/3