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Deanship of Scientific Research
Al-Ahliyya Amman University, Amman, Jordan

ISSN (Print Version): 1684-0615

ISSN (Online Version): 2616-2814

The Effect of Positional Level, Education Level and Years of Experience on Administrators Interest


Volume 1, Issue No 1, 1991

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Pages: 73 - 93


Abstract


this paper is an attempt to examine what type of leadership do exist in Saudi Arabia civil service organizations. The aim of this paper is to answer the main question of the study which stated as follows: to what extent do the positional level, education level and Years of experience affect administrators interest in both workers and work itself in civil service organizations in Saudi Arabia. The results of this study may be summarized as follows: 1. There is no statistical significance between administrators, interest and positional level, educational level, and years of experience. 2. There is no statistical significance between degree of interest in work and both positional level and educational level. 3. There is a statistical significance between degree of interest in work and years Of experience.


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Positional levels-Educational levels-Experience.

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