TITLE

A Study of Job Stress and Job Satisfaction among Universities Faculty in Lahore, Pakistan

AUTHOR(S)
Manzoor, Muhammad Umair; Usman, Muhammad; Naseem, Muhammad Akram
PUB. DATE
June 2011
SOURCE
Insights to a Changing World Journal;Jun2011, Issue 2, p127
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Job is an essential part of life. Quality of life is affected if one is not satisfied with the job. Stress on job can actually affect the efficacy & efficiency of a person. This research paper examined the relationship between job stress and job satisfaction among the faculty members of universities in Lahore, Pakistan. Variables used to assess the level of stress and satisfaction includes management role, workload pressure, role ambiguity, and performance pressure. Questionnaire was used to extract the information. SPSS 16.0 was used to analyze the data. Results concluded that employees highly satisfied with their jobs (13.5%) or who were highly stressed on their jobs were few (2.5%); most of the employees were however averagely satisfied on each variable used in questionnaire to assess the level of job stress and job satisfaction.
ACCESSION #
65410677

 

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