International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2018, Vol. 3 Issue 2, Part K
Job satisfaction in male and female physical education teachers of Maharashtra: With special reference to urban-rural workplace and gender
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Neeta N Kashyap
The aim of the present study was to assess job satisfaction among physical education teachers of Maharashtra with special emphasis on urban-rural workplace and gender. This study was conducted on 70 male (Average age 38.19 years) and 50 female physical education teachers (Average age 37.91 years). The selected subjects were employed in various higher secondary institutions of Maharashtra. Job satisfaction of selected physical education teachers was assessed with the help of JSS prepared by Singh and Sharma (1999). As per the requirement of this research, a 2x2 factorial ANOVA was used. Results revealed that job satisfaction in physical education teachers working in rural areas was found to be significantly inferior as compared to job satisfaction in physical education teachers working in urban areas. It was also observed that female physical education teachers were more satisfied with their job as compared to male physical education teachers. The two factor interaction effect of urban rural belongingness and gender on job satisfaction of physical education teachers was not found to be statistically significant. It was concluded that issues such as job satisfaction in physical education teachers employed in higher secondary schools of Maharashtra are associated with urban rural workplace and gender.
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Dr. Neeta N Kashyap. Job satisfaction in male and female physical education teachers of Maharashtra: With special reference to urban-rural workplace and gender. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(2):678-680.