A correlation test was conducted to determine whether a relationship exists between level of income and job satisfivaaction. The sample consisted of 432 employees equally represented across public, pr

A correlation test was conducted to determine whether a relationship exists between level of income and job satisfivaaction. The sample consisted of 432 employees equally represented across public, pr

A correlation test was conducted to determine whether a relationship exists between level of income and job satisfaction. The sample consisted of 432 employees equally represented across public, private,and non-profit sectors. The results of the test demonstrate a strong positive correlation between the two variables,r=.87, p<.01, showing that as level of income increases, job satisfaction increases as well.