Satisfaction with the social work profession: A ten-year analysis of undergraduate students' perceptions
A 10-yr. study of 746 social work undergraduates' perceived satisfaction with seven factors related to their career choice suggested high satisfaction with social work as a career; with the purposes and functions of social work, and the students' initial volunteer experience. There were no significant changes in satisfaction over the 10-yr. period, which findings parallel those of other studies in which similar methods have been used with practicing social workers.
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Hanson, James G. and McCullagh, James G., "Satisfaction with the social work profession: A ten-year analysis of undergraduate students' perceptions" (1997). Faculty Publications. 4019.