Determinants of job mobility in Uganda: a case study of Bunamwaya Ngobe central zone in Makindye ssabagabo municipality Wakiso district
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The study was undertaken with an aim of finding out the determinants of job mobility in Uganda case study of Bunamwaya Ngobe central zone in Makindye Ssabagabo Municipality Wakiso District. A sample size was calculated using Cochran method. Data was collected using well-designed questionnaires. The data was then entered into Microsoft excel and then was analyzed using a statistical package known as STATA. Analysis was done at three stages that is first Univariate analysis, at this stage analysis was done using pie charts, frequencies and percentages. Secondly bivariate analysis and this was done using one-way ANOVA and then through chi Square cross tabulation. Multivariate analysis was done using logistic regression. All analyses were done at 0.05 level of significance. It was found in the analysis that at the bivariate level salary/wage of a person, organizational factors of a person’s work place, education level of a person and family size of a person were the major determinants of job mobility in multivariate analysis no variable turned out be significant. Areas for further study should be done be on the relationship between unemployment and job mobility. Thorough research should be on the factors that influence job mobility to find out which exact factors influence job mobility in Uganda and should be modelled into a model.