Post Pandemic Job Satisfaction of the Teachers of Private Secondary Schools of Karachi: A Comparative Cross-sectional Study of Male and Female Teachers
Job satisfaction is a pleasurable tendency towards an individual’s job. It enables one to realize his/her maximum potential to accomplish organizational goals productively. There is a strong correlation between job satisfaction and leadership, absenteeism, turnover, exhaustion, physical and psychological well-being, content life, productivity personality, and organizational citizenship. The world's top educational organizations view it as being extremely important for development. This cross-sectional comparative study focuses on the impact of achievement, altruism, autonomy, comfort, safety, and status gender-wise on the job satisfaction of the teachers of private secondary schools in Karachi. The Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) 25 was used for the data analysis of the study. There were (n=210) teachers of private secondary schools who participated in the study. An independent sample t-test about the comparison between the JS level on its six dimensions of the male and female teachers working in private secondary schools in Karachi. The analysis of the data showed significant differences. The study's findings revealed that male and female teachers had significantly different degrees of job satisfaction associated with various facets. The female teachers were much more satisfied than the male teachers in success, altruism, autonomy, comfort, safety, and status.
Copyright (c) 2022 sjesr
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.