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Job Satisfaction Among Teaching Staff in Higher Education

ANWESH: International Journal of Management & Information Technology

Volume 4 Issue 1

Published: 2019
Author(s) Name: Reetu | Author(s) Affiliation: Assistant Professor, P. I. G. Govt. College for Women, Jind, Haryana, India.
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Abstract

A teacher is called as builder of the nation. Process of education includes an interaction among teachers and the students. Teacher works like a role model for the students and helps them in choosing their career and shaping their life. So job satisfaction of teachers becomes a vital issue in the eyes of administration. The present study was done to examine the satisfaction level of teaching staff among higher education in Haryana. Biographical variables like age, sex, nature of job were examined to determine whether these had an impact on satisfaction level of employees. Data was collected from 70 respondents from selected districts of Haryana. When overall job satisfaction was examined the mean score was between 4.1 and 3.2, which revealed that teaching staff was satisfied with their job. Satisfaction of employees was greatly affected by Socio-demographic factors. After analysing the data it was that male teachers had high satisfaction level than female teachers. A significant difference was found between the satisfaction level of male and females (t = 2.064, p = .043). When satisfaction of employees was compared on the basis of nature of job and age of teachers, it was found that permanent teachers and teachers with age less than 35 were more satisfied than contractual and teachers with age group more than 35.

Keywords: Environment characteristics, Job satisfaction, Intrinsic motivation, Socio-demographic factors, Social interaction.

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