JOB SATISFACTION IN RELATION TO STRESS AND BIOGRAPHIC VARIABLES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERSJournal: SCHOLARLY RESEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES (Vol.2, No. 12)
Publication Date: 2014-07-01
Authors : NEERU SHARMA; CHANDNI RANA;
Page : 1397-1410
Keywords : Job satisfaction; Stress; Anxiety;
Job satisfaction has always been a flash point of discussion among the researchers and scholars since long. This study aimed to examine Job Satisfaction in relation to Stress and Anxiety among Secondary School Teachers using descriptive research method. The attempt was made to identify the level of job stress and job satisfaction among teachers in consideration with their gender differences along with age and experiences. Data was collected by three different tools Job Satisfaction scale by Mudgil, Perceived Stress scale (pss) by Cohen and IPAT Anxiety scale by Kapoor in January 2014 from 200 Teachers of Kapurthala district and S.B.S Nagar (Punjab). The data were analyzed using 2 × 2 Factorial Design Analysis of Variance. Job satisfaction was found to be significantly related with stress and anxiety. Further job satisfaction of government school teachers was found to be higher than private school teachers. Moreover, it was also found that interaction of stress and types of school has influence on job satisfaction of teachers.
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