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Table 2 Principal component analysis of importance ratings of job characteristics by health providers in both states (public and private)

From: Job satisfaction and motivation of health workers in public and private sectors: cross-sectional analysis from two Indian states

Rotated component matrix
  Component correlation
  1
Job content &
work environment
2
Extrinsic
benefits
3
Autonomy &
security
4
Transparency
Challenging work 0.714 -0.028 0.095 0.039
Training opportunities 0.680 0.158 -0.064 -0.007
Tools to use skills on the job 0.667 0.202 0.131 0.137
Good working relationship with colleagues 0.602 0.177 -0.025 -0.053
Good physical conditions 0.591 0.203 0.028 0.072
Knowing what you are expected to do 0.511 0.280 0.156 0.079
Good employment benefits 0.171 0.748 0.128 -0.040
Good income 0.013 0.644 0.048 0.142
Opportunity to advance 0.360 0.617 0.125 -0.043
Time for family life 0.089 0.563 -0.093 0.039
Based in good location 0.343 0.520 0.082 -0.082
Keeping job as long as you want 0.081 0.148 0.735 0.078
Independence from interference 0.046 0.017 0.727 -0.174
Not having work influenced by political decisions 0.002 0.038 -0.270 0.666
Not having to pay bribes to get what you want 0.099 -0.020 0.107 0.787
Superior who recognized work 0.351 0.488 0.228 -0.015
Trusted by clients 0.460 0.147 0.335 0.378
  1. Notes: Extraction method: principal component analysis.
  2. Rotation method: varimax with Kaiser normalization.
  3. Attributes in bold indicate correlation of 0.5 or greater