Volume 13 No 2 (2021): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Job Satisfaction of High School Teachers in Trichy District


D. Arockia Pandiyan, Dr.N. Prema, Dr.S. Sujatha

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V13I2.211121

Keywords: Job Satisfaction, High School Teachers, Medium of Instruction, Teaching Experience, Management Type.


Abstract

Objectives: In the current investigation, look at the degree of occupation fulfillment of secondary teachers and to contemplate the huge contrast in the work fulfillment of secondary teachers. Methods: The examiners have received, overview technique for research. The sample consists of 600 high school teachers working in high schools are selected by stratified random sampling technique. Research Tool: The investigators used the research instrument namely Job Satisfaction Scale (JSS) constructed and validated by Vasudevan, R., and Babu, R., (2017). Internal validity was found 0.84, reliable is found to be 0.71. To test the hypothesis formulated the data were analyzed using the SPSS 11.5. Findings: The finding shows that greater part of the high school teachers show average job satisfaction, it also has no significance for job satisfaction high school teacher’s, (i) Sex, (ii) School locality, (iii) Residence, (iv) Medium of instruction, (v) Teaching Experience, (vi) Age limit, (vii) Management type and (viii) School type in their job satisfaction. Novelty/Application: Teachers currently working in high school contributing to job satisfaction and it enhance the quality of teaching and developing good students in classroom and in future.

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