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Abdullah, J. Uli, and Parasuraman, B. Job satisfaction among secondary school teachers, Jurnal Kemanusiaan, vol. Bender, K. A and Heywood, J.
Job satisfaction and gender segregation. Oxford Economic Papers, 57, Bergin, A, Kelly. Dublin: Economic and Social Research Institute. Chen, S. H, Yang, C. C, Shiau, J. The development of an employee satisfaction model for higher education, TQM Magazine, vol. S, Glisson, C and Durick, M. Predictors of job satisfaction and organizational commitment in human service organizations, Administrative Science Quarterly, vol. Hausman, R, Tyson, L. Klecker, B.
M, and Loadman, W. E, Lund, D. B Organizational culture and job satisfaction, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, vol. Ma, X and MacMillan, R. Influences of workplace conditions on teachers job satisfaction, The Journal of Educational Research, vol. Malik, N Metle, M. K Nadjla, H and Hasan, A. R Gender differences and job satisfaction of the Iranian public librarians, Journal of Education and Psychology, vol.
Noordin, F and Josuff, F Okpara, J. A Oshagbemi, T Rahman, M and Parveen, R Schuler, R. S Sex, organizational level and outcome importance: Where the differences are, Personnel Psychology, vol.
Sloane, P. J and Williams, H Job satisfaction, comparison earnings and Gender, Labour, vol. Syed, A. Job satisfaction of faculty members of university in Pakistan: A case study of university of Sindh Jamshoro, Modern Applied Science, vol.
Whartan, V and Baron, S The relative influence of organizational commitment and job on service quality of customer contact employees in banking call center, Journal of Services Marketing, vol. Wood, O. R, A research project: Measuring job satisfaction of the community college staff, Community College Review, vol. Wu, H and Wu, Y Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer. Abstract Teaching is one of the most important profession in which the faculties play a major role in improving the standard of an organization and the country.
This study examined the influence of gender on job satisfaction among faculties of private colleges and investigated the extent to which faculties differ in various attitudes and attributes, level of satisfaction with the type of work they do.
Stratified random samples of academic faculties from private colleges in India were selected for this study. Findings indicate that differences between male and female faculties in the level of satisfaction were due to negative work experiences such as castism, favoritism, physical appearance, gender discrimination and due to certain source of stress from major life changes, unforeseen events and family social isolation.
These negative experiences generated lower levels of job satisfaction among men than women and all these factors that might explain different job satisfaction among faculties at private colleges in India. The attributes that stood out as significant are namely: technical support at work, understanding teaching and research process and responsibilities, broadening role, belonging to an ageing group, need for more outcomes of the work.
The paper recognizes the importance of gender differences in workplace and it should be controlled to improve the job satisfaction among faculties in private colleges. References Abdullah, J. Clark, A, Why are women so happy at work?
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Popovici nova. A comprehensive literature review was conducted on the concept of job satisfaction in the pharmacist workforce field and the facets it comprises, as well as its measurement, aiming to i review the nature, mechanisms, and importance of job satisfaction in the context of the pharmacist workforce, ii survey some of the most salient facets that configure job satisfaction, and iii discuss validity and measurement issues pertaining to it. Although female pharmacists generally hold less appealing jobs, earn lower wages and salaries, and are promoted less frequently than their male counterparts, they report higher levels of job satisfaction. Age has a U-shape effect on job satisfaction, with middle-age pharmacists less satisfied than both younger and older practitioners. Finally, discrepancy exists among researchers in measuring job satisfaction as a single global indicator or as a composite measure derived from indices of satisfaction with key aspects of a job. These experiences vary systematically, and are interpreted differently, by both genders and diverse age groups. They influence how much practitioners enjoy their work and affect their labor supply.
The purpose of this study was to investigate this paradox by asking two questions: How does the job satisfaction of female public employees compare with that of male employees? How can we explain the gender differences in job satisfaction? Data from a survey of 5, public employees in Seoul Metropolitan Government indicate that women are more satisfied with their jobs than are men. Among demographic variables gender was the only significant predictor of job satisfaction; women emphasized intrinsic rewards, whereas men emphasized extrinsic rewards. Download to read the full article text. Bartol, K.
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Scientific Research An Academic Publisher. Clark, A. Labour Economics, 4, Jenny , Georg F. ABSTRACT: This study analyzed the relation and discrimination between five forms of job satisfaction stabilized, progressive and resigned satisfaction; constructive and fixated dissatisfaction regarding health, work-related determinants of health and demographic variables.
The dataset supporting the conclusions of this article is organized and included within the Additional file 1. Few studies about gender differences in job quality and job satisfaction among medical professionals have been carried out in China. So the objectives of this study were to examine whether and to what extent gender differences existed in job quality and job satisfaction of doctors in rural western China. From to , a total of doctors from selected county-level health care facilities in rural western China were recruited into the study.
The purpose of this study was to investigate this paradox by asking two questions: How does the job satisfaction of female public employees compare with that of male employees? How can we explain the gender differences in job satisfaction? Data from a survey of 5, public employees in Seoul Metropolitan Government indicate that women are more satisfied with their jobs than are men.
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For employees in the hospitality industry, employee job satisfaction is an important factor because it will affect customer perceptions of service.Garner M. 19.03.2021 at 00:19
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Neither the different jobs that men and women do, their different work values, nor sample selection account for the gender satisfaction differential. The paper's.