March 18, 2019
Job Satisfaction and Occupational Self Efficacy among Government and Private School Teachers in Shivamogga District
Job satisfaction is a combination of psychological, physiological and environmental circumstances where a person feels satisfaction on the job which acts as a motivation to work. An occupational self-efficacy is the belief of people in their capacities to take their occupation to produce desired effects by their own actions. The present research aims to study the relationship between job satisfaction and occupational self-efficacy and the difference between the levels of job satisfaction and occupational self-efficacy among government and private school teachers. The sample comprised of 60 teachers, 30 from government and 30 from private schools. Job satisfaction scale by Dr. Amar Singh and Dr. T.R Sharma and occupational self-efficacy scale by Sanjyot Pethe, Sushma Chaudhari and Upindardhar were used to collect the data. The data was analyzed by using Pearson’s correlation method and two-way Analysis of Variance. The result of correlation indicates that there is significant relationship between job satisfaction and occupational self-efficacy. The result of ANOVA reveals that there is significant difference between government and private school teachers in their level of job satisfaction and there is no significant difference between government and private school teachers in their level of occupational self-efficacy. The result also shows that there is significant gender difference in job satisfaction and occupational self-efficacy.
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How to cite this article:
D.G. Pooja (2019).Job Satisfaction And Occupational Self Efficacy Among Government And Private School Teachers In Shivamogga District. International Journal of Indian Psychology, 7(1), 828-835. DIP:18.01.093/20190701, DOI:10.25215/0701.093
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