According to her departmental profile, Dr. Morgan’s “research focuses on jobs and careers, attempting to understand how policy, population, workplace and individual level factors shape how work is experienced and how work is organized” and she “uses a life course perspective” in her research, “paying particular attention to issues of social stratification related to aging and gender.” As well, she has been involved in several grant-funded research projects.
Check out some of Dr. Morgan’s recent publications:
- Morgan, J.C., Dill, J.S., & Kalleberg, A.L. (2013). The quality of healthcare jobs: Can intrinsic rewards compensate for low extrinsic rewards? Work, Employment and Society, 27(5), 802-822. [request via ILL]
- Kelly, C. M., Morgan, J.C., & Jason, K. (2013). Home care workers: Interstate differences in training requirements and their implications for quality. Journal Of Applied Gerontology, 32(7), 804-832.
- Pathman, D., Goldberg, L., Konrad, T., & Morgan, J.C. (2013). State repayment programs for health care education loans. JAMA: Journal Of The American Medical Association, 310(18), 1982-1984.
- Dill, J.S., Morgan, J.C., & Marshall, V.M. (2012). Contingency, employment intentions, and retention of vulnerable low-wage workers: An examination of nursing assistants in nursing homes. The Gerontologist, 53(2), 222-234.
- Pathman, D. E., Morgan, J.C., Konrad, T. R., & Goldberg, L. (2012). States’ experiences with loan repayment programs for health care professionals in a time of state budget cuts and NHSC expansion. Journal Of Rural Health, 28(4), 408-415.