DO THE TEACHERS OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS SATISFIED WITH THEIR JOB? AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATIONJournal: SCHOLARLY RESEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES (Vol.4, No. 27)
Publication Date: 2017-01-04
Authors : Amar Upadhyaya;
Page : 3098-3110
Keywords : Job Satisfaction; Primary School; Teacher;
Satisfaction is a subjective term. It is very difficult for an individual to stick out his level of satisfaction. It is often said that a “happy employee is a productive employee.” Job satisfaction can be defined as the extent of positive feelings or attitudes that individuals have towards their jobs. When a person says that he has high satisfaction, it means that he really likes his job, feels good about it and values his job highly. The main objectives of the paper are to find out the level of job satisfaction of primary schools teachers along with to observe the significance mean difference of the score of job satisfaction between male and female teachers, trained and untrained teachers, experienced and non experienced teachers and teachers working in private and govt schools. Accordingly hypotheses were framed. An extensive review of literature was made in the paper. Survey method was followed and approx 10% sample was selected through random sampling. The researchers analyzed the collected data and information using statistical techniques, such as Mean, SD, t-test, Skewness etc. The study found that higher percentage of the sampled primary school teachers enjoying higher job satisfaction. Again, difference in job satisfaction in between two groups likes Male and female teachers, Experienced and Non-experienced teachers, Trained and untrained teachers, Teachers in Govt. and Private schools were not found significant. The study has also raised few questions based on its findings to investigate further.
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