An analysis of the U.S. Navy enlisted separation questionnaire
Adams, Roger C.
Harding, Francis D.
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This thesis reports a factor analysis of the U. S. Navy Enlisted Separation Questionnaire, using respondent data from the second quarter (January-March) of fiscal year 1980. The objectives and uses of this questionnaire "by the Navy are discussed and the factor analysis methodology is developed. The questionnaire data are then analyzed, constrained originally to the initial categories used by the Navy, and then unconstrained as to a specific number of factors. The relationship of the individual attitudinal dimensions to the composition of these factors is then discussed. The findings reconfirm the fact that perceptions concerning pay/compensation, family separation and job dissatisfaction are strongly related to the decision to leave the Navy.
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