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job satisfaction

The extent to which people find that their employment meets their economic, personal, social, and intellectual needs. Job satisfaction and mental health are closely linked. Health care professionals associate their own job satisfaction with on-the-job autonomy, professional friendships, challenges, skill sets, task variety, workload, shift work, staffing ratios, opportunities for career development and advancement, and earnings.
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Table 3 Correlation of Leadership Styles and Job satisfaction as Perceived by Teachers
The survey found that overall job satisfaction increased for the seventh year in a row.
Extrinsic rewards or determinants of job satisfaction (e.g pay, promotion, interpersonal relationship, status, fringe benefits etc) are provided by an outside agent such as superior or work group.
(2013) to analyze work-life balance and job satisfaction among teachers exposed a negative relationship between work-life conflicts and job satisfaction.
Organizational, personal and interpersonal factors have been found to be intricated in job satisfaction, stress and burnout in medical environment.
Is there any relationship between employee job satisfaction and career development program?
Leadership styles places either a positive or negative impact on job satisfaction which leads to the reaction of an individual toward the job experience, since different elements are involved in job satisfaction.
Job satisfaction in the nursing profession is also important as it has been proven to influence nurses' retention in a workplace [7].
It is possible that the change in the health system in Turkey positively or negatively affects the job satisfaction and quality of life levels of the physicians working in primary health care.
Data was collected using an online, self-administered, close ended questionnaire consisting of demographic attributes of participants and domains and factors of job satisfaction. The job satisfaction questionnaire used was specifically developed and validated by Kumar and Khan, aimed to measure the job satisfaction among medical personnel.21 It consists of 35 factors addressing the seven domains of job satisfaction.
A long tradition in the job satisfaction literature was to examine the workers' experiences with and attitudes about their jobs and to identify the factors that influence job satisfaction.
As Americans celebrate Labor Day today, a recent survey by The Conference Board's most recent survey on job satisfaction found 51 percent of U.S.