counselor education faculty, worktime distributions, occupational satisfaction, mentoring, scholarly productivity
The purpose of this study was to investigate the worktime distributions, occupational satisfaction, and scholarly productivity of associate and full professors of counselor education (N = 230). Worktime distributions varied based on academic rank and the presence of a doctoral degree program in the academic unit. Occupational satisfaction was lower among associate professors, faculty caring for dependent children, and faculty with greater mismatch between typical and preferred worktime distributions. Among associate professors, occupational satisfaction was also associated with having a mentor. Years of experience, teaching load, and a doctoral program in the academic unit predicted scholarly productivity, whereas academic rank, binary gender, marital status, and the presence of any dependent children did not make unique contributions to this outcome.
Hatchett, G., Fuegen, K., & Ripley, D. (2022). Occupational Experiences of Associate and Full Professors of Counselor Education. Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 15(4). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.sacredheart.edu/jcps/vol15/iss4/2