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Audiologists' professional satisfaction.

  title={Audiologists' professional satisfaction.},
  author={Frederick N. Martin and Craig Champlin and Pamela S Streetman},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Audiology},
  volume={8 1},
This study was primarily designed to explore the job satisfaction of audiologists in the United States. A total of 285 audiologists completed background questions, rated statements, and answered questions about their job satisfaction. Through the use of multiple regression analyses, six statements were identified as being statistically significant in predicting job satisfaction. The most important factor was in the category of challenge. 

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