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Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol 2014;12(1): 33-40.
재교육이 1차 의료기관과 개인피부관리실 피부미용사의 직무만족도에 미치는 영향
정연선, 허은옥, 송다해, 황완균
The Effect of Re-education of Primary Clinics and Skin Care Shop Esthetician on the Job Satisfaction
Yeon-Sun Jung, Eun-Ock Huh, Da-Hae Song, Wan-Kyun Whang
This study is to find out the effects of re-education on job satisfaction targeting 258 estheticians who currently work at primary medical institutions and individual offices in the Seoul and Gyung-gi province, and has its purpose of providing a basic resource for re-education enhance job satisfaction and professionalism of estheticians. The dependent variable of this study is job satisfaction, and the independent variables are divided into experience in re-education, demands of re-education, need for re-education, obligation of re-education. and job satisfaction, to set a study model for verifying the effects of re-education on job satisfaction. Also, in order to do this, through a structured survey, the collected data was analyzed using the SPSS v.18.0 statistics package program. Summarizing the results of this study, in terms of the re-education of estheticians, estheticians working in a medical institute had more education experience than estheticians working in individual offices, and as for autonomous education within the working institution, it showed that medical institutions had a higher education rate than that of individual offices. The proportion of respondents for the need and obligation of re-education were both groups of estheticians had a fairly high perception of the need for re-education. The job satisfaction of estheticians showed differences in accordance with re-education experiences, and the group who received re-education for the past 1 year showed a higher job satisfaction compared to those who didn’t. Also, in terms of the difference in perception of the need and obligation of re-education, respondents who answered that it is very much needed showed the highest satisfaction in all categories, and as the demand for re-education of estheticians is higher and as the need for re-education of the institution is higher, it was confirmed that it showed higher job satisfaction. Therefore, there is an urgent need for a systematical device that can promote the re-education of estheticians for enhancing the interests and cooperation of esthetician related institutions and developing the growth to a professionalism, and there should be various studies in diverse perspectives in order to vitalize this re-education.
Key words: Re-education, Esthetician, Job satisfaction
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