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University of Groningen Which work factors determine job satisfaction

  title={University of Groningen Which work factors determine job satisfaction},
  author={Cornelis Koopmans Roelen and Bili{\'c} Petra},
Background: Job satisfaction is associated with mental health. Employees could be counselled on how they feel about their work. If specific aspects of their job are causing particular dissatisfaction, they could be assisted to appropriately change 

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