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Job satisfaction, lifestyle and demographics of U.S. hospitality industry workers - versus others

, : Job satisfaction, lifestyle and demographics of U.S. hospitality industry workers - versus others. International Journal of Hospitality Management 3(3): 123

A study compared US hospitality workers with those in four other industries. Three groups of characteristics were examined: work attributes; demographics and class perceptions, and lifestyles.

Accession: 001398413

DOI: 10.1016/0278-4319(84)90005-7

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