The magic of the new : How job changes affect job satisfaction

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We investigate a crucial event for job satisfaction: changing one's workplace. For representative German panel data, we show that the reason why the previous employment ended is strongly linked to satisfaction with the new job. Workers initiating a change of employer experience extraordinarily high job satisfaction, though in the short term only. To investigate causality, we exploit the event of plant closure as an exogenous trigger of job switching. In this case, we find no significantly positive effect of job changes on job satisfaction. Our findings complement research on workers’ well‐being and concern labor market policies and human resource management.

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ISO 690CHADI, Adrian, Clemens HETSCHKO, 2018. The magic of the new : How job changes affect job satisfaction. In: Journal of Economics & Management Strategy. 2018, 27(1), pp. 23-39. ISSN 1530-9134. eISSN 1058-6407. Available under: doi: 10.1111/jems.12217
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  year={2018},
  doi={10.1111/jems.12217},
  title={The magic of the new : How job changes affect job satisfaction},
  number={1},
  volume={27},
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  journal={Journal of Economics & Management Strategy},
  pages={23--39},
  author={Chadi, Adrian and Hetschko, Clemens}
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