What women and ethnic minorities want. Work values and labor market confidence: a self-determination perspective (2010)

“Drawing on self-determination theory and the model-minority hypothesis, this study explored potential differences in the work values and labor market perceptions of ethnic minorities and women relative to the majority group. Results, based on a sample of senior-level university students across Canada, revealed notable differences in the work values and levels of labor market confidence for these groups. Ethnic minorities reported higher intrinsic, extrinsic, social, and altruistic work values than Whites.”

Ng, E. S. W., & Sears, G. J. (2010). What women and ethnic minorities want. Work values and labor market confidence: A self-determination perspective. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 21(5), 676–698. https://doi.org/10.1080/09585191003658847

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