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Dynamics Of Job Quitting Among High Educated Female Former Employees

J. Seno Aditya Utama

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The number of highly educated woman workers increased in recent year, but job quitting and woman career discontinuity was still high; it was related to working inequalities and work-family issues. The current study investigates the antecedent of woman job quitting decision, career aspiration, spouse and supervisor support. Individual in-depth interviews investigated the 12 highly educated ex-employee mothers. The findings were spouse support on woman job quitting, children care orientation, supervisor retention effort, current positive evaluation and unintended future career.

DOI :https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.5.2.101-112

Keywords:
job quitting,work-family,woman career


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