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questions on the respondents’ questionnaire (work enjoyment and work gratification)

were significantly correlated with one another. As mentioned above, the NEO PI-R

domains are represented by facets, and more definitive insight may be gained by

exploring the questions of this study at the facet level. Further research should also

encompass more non-clinical counseling graduates, as the majority of the subjects in this

study had graduated the clinical program. Beneficial research may also entail including

graduates of a secular counseling program in the study for comparison, as religious

background may impact personality. It is also possible that a longitudinal study over a

five year period may yield a clearer picture of how personality affects long-term

commitment to the counseling profession. Finally, further research should include a

spiritual assessment, as spirituality may impact a graduate’s success, satisfaction, and

self-perceived success in the counseling profession.

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