EFFECT OF JOB STRESS ON JOB SATISFACTION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS WORKING IN GOVERNMENT COLLEGES

Wasim Khan, Tasleem Arif, Muhammad Iftikhar, Mehwish Manzoor

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The current research is an attempt to examine the effect of job stress on job satisfaction of physical education teachers working in government colleges, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Pakistan. A cross-sectional research method was used to collect required data from a finite population N=170 (males=97; females=73). Self-made questionnaires namely, Job Stress Questionnaire (JSQ) and Job Satisfaction Questionnaire (JSQ) were developed and used for the collection of required data. A statistical package for social sciences (SPSS), version; 26 was used to analyze the collected data, revealing negligible and inverse correlation (-.887, -.633 & -.721). The study revealed a significant impact of job stressors on job satisfaction (p < .05). Additionally, male physical education teachers reported a higher mean score on various variables included in the study (p < .05). These findings help policymakers to devise a uniform human policy that could protect the interests of the physical education teachers to share responsibilities of carving out the future of the country.   


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job stress, job satisfaction, physical education teachers

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