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Using the results from the National Survey of Satisfaction of Users in Health, we were able to determine the validity and reliability of the scales on the various aspects of work satisfaction in Peruvian doctors. The range of scales were based on three specific areas of job satisfaction: 1 satisfaction with general professional work, 2 content with health care administration, and 3 satisfied with the health center's working conditions. CFI = 0. 914; RMSEA = 0. 080; SRMR = 0. 055; SRMR = 0. 055; 0. 055; 00. 70); a two-dimensional scale. The working conditions scale includes eight items for individual conditions and three for infrastructural conditions; RMSEA = 0. 080; SRMR = 0. 055; 0. 055 displayed good measurement results with a two-dimensional scale.
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The present research looked at the Translation Assessor’ perceptions of the assessment scales and their subsequent assessment practices for two analytic and holistic assessment scales. Hence, nine highly experienced Translation Assessors were encouraged to verbalize their findings when assessing student translations using the Translation holistic scale and the analytic scale of ESL Translation Profile. When assessing holistically, the Translation Assessor either referred to the holistic scale components to validate their findings to validate their reports, or had a pre-evaluation survey to provide more accurate estimates. The Translation Assessor used a pre-evaluation scale to help keep the components and their criteria to memory in order to assess the text more accurately or consistently in order to assign a score.
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