| Published: March 29, 2017
Job Satisfaction and Occupational Stress among Permanent and Temporary School Teachers
Aim of the Study: 1.To search the job satisfaction among permanent and temporary school teachers. 2. To examine the occupational stress among permanent and temporary school teachers. 3. To find out the negative correlation found between job satisfaction and occupational stress among school teachers. Hypotheses: 1. there is no significant difference between among permanent and temporary school teachers dimension on job satisfaction. 2. There is no significant difference between among permanent and temporary school teachers dimension on occupational stress. 3. There is negative correlation between job satisfaction and occupational stress among school teachers. Sample: Total 120 school teachers were selected. Among them 60 among permanent school teachers and 60 among temporary school teachers. The age range of school teachers were 20 to 30 years (M =26.45, SD = 5.78). Non-probability purposive sampling was used. Tools 1. Teacher Job Satisfaction Questionnaire (TJSQ): (1996) this scale was constructed and standardized by Dr. Pramod Kumar and D. N. Mutha. Occupational Stress Index (OSI): This scale was constructed and standardize by Dr. A. K. Srivastava and A. P. Singh. Variable: Independent variable: Type of School Teacher a) among permanent b) temporary. Dependent Variable: 1. Job Satisfaction 2. Occupational Stress Conclusion: 1. permanent school teachers found significantly high job satisfaction than the temporary school teachers. 2. Temporary school teachers found significantly high occupational stress than the temporary school teachers.3. There is negative correlation found between job satisfaction and occupational stress among school teachers.
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© 2017 Tribhuvan S
Received: February 22, 2017; Revision Received: March 25, 2017; Accepted: March 29, 2017
Published in Volume 04, Issue 2, January-March, 2017