The Resource Job Satisfaction in the House of Representatives, 1999

Job Satisfaction in the House of Representatives, 1999

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Job Satisfaction in the House of Representatives, 1999
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Job Satisfaction in the House of Representatives, 1999
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Job Satisfaction in the House of Representatives, 1999, reflects data collected from a mail survey of former members of the House of Representatives conducted in the Summer of 1999. The survey was funded by a grant from the Dirksen Congressional Center and the Caterpiller Foundation. The collection includes data about former members who left congress between 1970 and 1999; of the 401 former members who were sent surveys 228 responded for a response rate of about 57%. The respondents were surveyed about reasons why they left congress, their relationships with their colleagues, satisfaction with position, and aspects of their family. Demographic variables included in this dataset are marital status and political party affiliation
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  • Herrick, Rebekah
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Job Satisfaction in the House of Representatives, 1999
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36584
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ICPSR36584.v1
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Job Satisfaction in the House of Representatives, 1999
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36584
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ICPSR36584.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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