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The Job satisfaction of School Teachers in India

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CHAPTER # 4: ANALYSIS AND FINDINGS1

Introduction1

Descriptive Statistics1

Test of Equality of Covariance Matrices5

Multivariate ANOVA Test5

Tukey's Post Hoc Tests6

The Factors of Job Satisfaction are affected significantly by the School Types8

Tukey Post Hoc Test- Multiple Comparisons8

Univariate Analysis of Data- Linear Regression Analysis10

Homogeneous Subsets11

Observed * Predicted * Std. Residual Plots14

Univariate Analysis of Variance17

Summary18

CHAPTER # 5: DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION20

Research Questions20

Twelve factors considered by the school of human resources Douglas Mcgregor20

Conclusion25

Recommendation25

Further Research27

Self Reflections28

REFERENCES30

APPENDIX33

Questionnaire33

CHAPTER # 4: ANALYSIS AND FINDINGS

Introduction

This chapter presents the findings of the survey questionnaire. This chapter highlights the findings of overall job satisfaction or dissatisfaction levels amongst the primary school teachers in three different types of schools in India, through an HR perspective.

Descriptive Statistics

Descriptive Statistics

School types

Mean

Std. Deviation

N

WorkItself

International

19.6000

1.23117

20

Private

19.5500

1.90498

20

Government

12.0000

1.66667

19

Total

17.1356

3.91045

59

ExtrinsicFactors

International

43.1500

3.32890

20

Private

46.8500

3.97724

20

Government

31.7368

3.47758

19

Total

40.7288

7.34807

59

ProfRec

International

15.4500

1.87715

20

Private

16.8000

1.28145

20

Government

11.2632

1.82093

19

Total

14.5593

2.87840

59

International

34.4000

3.06766

20

Private

37.5500

2.76205

20

Government

28.6842

4.37229

19

Total

33.6271

5.00310

59

Relationships

International

32.0500

2.13923

20

Private

35.7000

2.57723

20

Government

28.1053

3.29806

19

Total

32.0169

4.09159

59

JobSatisfaction

International

34.4000

2.43656

20

Private

36.1000

2.97180

20

Government

32.1053

2.53629

19

Total

34.2373

3.08690

59

The table presents the findings of descriptive statistics which is calculated from SPSS 16.0. From above table we can observed the values for mean and standard deviation.

The above table presents the descriptive statistics of our surveyed data set. From above table it is observed that the value of standard deviation for all the variables is small as compare to the value of mean so it can be said that there ia a little amount of variation present in our data set. The above table illustrates the following broad observations of the responses of teachers towards each of the five facets of job satisfaction . The teacher job satisfaction score can be measure through the questionnaire survey having likert scale responses. Most of the teachers were quite satisfied with their job.

1.Work Itself: This head consisted of a group of five questions, which related to the teaching profession. The questions formed aimed at generating responses from teachers to identify the extent of passion and dedication they had for their profession and job content in itself, irrespective of the other factors influencing the job. The responses obtained revealed that teachers who were from the International and Private schools were more passionate and satisfied with teaching as a profession in itself. The factor work itself, was observed as more significant for these two teacher groups as an influence on their satisfaction levels; as compared to the government school teachers. The government school teachers' responses were identified as mild and ignorant with respect to their 'profession in itself' and the 'content of job' they were associated with.

2.Extrinsic Factors: This head consisted of questions (Q6 to 17) which related to job specific factors such as the pay, job security, organisations' structure and working conditions. Questions formed aimed at revealing the satisfaction levels achieved by the primary teachers in context to their pay, the extent of job security, the structure and hierarchy of the organization, working conditions, and organizational culture were also factors that affected job satisfaction levels. The responses obtained under this head potrayed that the international and private school teachers' were not as satisfied as the government school teachers' with respect to the salary and job security the received from their respective schools. From the survey findings of this study it can be said ...
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