2008-2017 패널분석 결과에 나타난 개인-직무 적합성과 직무만족 간의 관계
A Study on the Relationship between Person-Job Fit and Job Satisfaction shown in the Panel Data for 2008-2017
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of person-job fit, which consists of educational fit and skill fit, on employees’ intrinsic job satisfaction. To the end, the 10-year balanced panel data of the Korean Labor and Income Panel Study(KLIPS) by the Korea Labor Institute (KLI) for 2008-2017 are utilized. This study analyzes 12,730 observations by 1,273 employees by using fixed effect model, random effect model, and pooled OLS estimation method. The empirical results are as follows: First, it is founded that educational fit and skill fit seem affect job satisfaction positively. Second, the negative effects of over-education are clear and the negative effects of under-education are unclear, while the effects of over-skilled and under-skilled are insignificant statistically. Third, the results imply that the size of effect of over-education on intrinsic job satisfaction is larger than that of the effect of over-skilled. Forth, it is shown that the use of fixed effect model is more effective and trustworthy than that of random effect model and pooled OLS estimation method, implying that the effect size of coefficients which are estimated by pooled OLS method and random effect model are likely over-estimated. The empirical results above imply that firms and employees should focus on solving over-education issue before all in order to enhance employees’ job satisfaction and it is needed to monitor regularly whether systemic job assignment process is done based on the employees’ educational attainment and skill level and to provide more chances for job re-allocation and job rotation.
Ⅱ. 개인-직무 적합성과 직무만족의 관계
Ⅲ. 연구설계 및 자료
Ⅳ. 실증분석 결과