The purpose of this study was to explore the ability of extrinsic and intrinsic work related rewards to predict the organizational commitment of health occupations education teachers. The dependent variable was organizational commitment. The independent variables included the intrinsic work related rewards--autonomy, significance, and involvement; and the extrinsic work related rewards--supervision, coworkers, promotion, general working conditions, and salary. Stepwise multiple regression analysis revealed a model for health occupations education teachers which included two intrinsic and one extrinsic work related rewards.



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