TEACHERS’ AND NURSES’ REALISATION OF JOB VALUES
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This paper examines the job values of teachers and nurses and the realisation of these in their working life, by analyzing survey data gathered at graduation and three years after. By linking today’s professionals to the historical development of the profession, the motivation and values of teachers and nurses are examined. Three questions are asked: 1. What characterises the job values of teachers and nurses, historically and today? 2. Do teachers and nurses feel that they have the opportunity to realise their job values? 3. How does the realisation of job values affect the overall satisfaction with their work?