Job Satisfaction Level of Teachers’ Working in Private Institutes of Rahim Yar Khan (Pakistan)

Muhammad Rizwan, Kashif Sagheer Rao, Muhammad Hassan, Abdul Majid


The objective of present study was to analyze the job satisfaction level of teachers working in private institutions in Rahim Yar Khan Pakistan. For this purpose researchers build a conceptual model taking peer support, family insight, Intrinsic rewards, training and development as independent variables.

For the data collection researchers developed five likerd scale questionnaires which have been distributed to the teachers working in private institutions. Total 145 questionnaire was distributed from which 122 questionnaire returned to us. From the filled questionnaires 14 were incomplete and rejects from analysis.

Researchers use linear regression to analyze the impact of independent variables on the dependent variable job satisfaction. The results shows that intrinsic reward and leadership support have positive significant relationship with job satisfaction, but the family insights show negative significant relationship. Peer support training and development have positive insignificant relationship with our dependent variable job satisfaction.

The researchers concludes that the teachers working in private institutions in Rahim yar Khan (Pakistan) demand respect from their head of institutes which are consider more valuable instead of monitory rewards. The insignificant impact of Peer support, training and development on our dependent variable job satisfaction which means that peer cannot support in the best interest of institution. The results proves as like experienced by the researchers working as a teacher in private institutes in Rahim Yar Khan (Pakistan).

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