| Published: September 19, 2020
Occupational stress and job satisfaction among tribal Christian and non-Christian female nurses of Ranchi town in Jharkhand
The purpose of the present study was to examine the impact of religion, marital status, and age on occupational stress and job satisfaction of tribal Christian and non-Christian female nurses of Ranchi town in Jharkhand. It was hypothesized that religion, marital status, and age significantly effect on the occupational stress and job satisfaction of tribal Christian and non- Christian female nurses. The sample of the present study consisted of 160 female nurses working in different government hospitals of Ranchi town, Jharkhand such as RIMS (Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences) and Sadar hospital. The sample selected by stratified random sampling technique. To collect the required data, Occupational Stress Index (OSI) developed by Srivastava and Singh, (1984) and Job Satisfaction Scale (JSS) developed by Singh and Sharma, (1986/2009 Revised) applied on the female nurses. The obtained data were analyzed with the help of Mean, SD, t & ANOVA. Result shows that Tribal Christian female nurses had more occupational stress than non- Christian female nurses. Younger female nurses had more occupational stress level than older female nurses whereas, married female nurses had more job satisfaction than un-married female nurses.
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© 2020, Jayaswal V.
Received: July 27, 2020; Revision Received: September 11, 2020; Accepted: September 19, 2020
Published in Volume 08, Issue 3, July-September, 2020