Job Satisfaction Among The Employees In Novi Sad’S Tourist Agencies
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- Andrew E. Clark, 2004.
"What makes a good job? Evidence from OECD countries,"
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Keywordsjob satisfaction; tourist agencies; Novi Sad; Labor and Human Capital; Teaching/Communication/Extension/Profession; Ј28;
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