Journal of Hotel and Business Management

Journal of Hotel and Business Management
Open Access

ISSN: 2169-0286



Job Satisfaction in College Teachers: A Survey Based Study of Government Colleges of District Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan

Shafi M, Memon AS and Fatima H

Background and Objective: The profession of teaching is one of most stressful profession all over the world. Current study was aimed to assess the job satisfaction of 150 randomly selected teachers from Government Colleges (Male and Female). Methodology: The descriptive type of Research was adopted in the present study. Data was collected using questionnaires and direct interview. Questionnaires are circulated among the eight (8) four boys and four girls Government Colleges in Hyderabad. The sample size of the survey is 150. The study has taken a period of one year i.e., August 2014- August 2015. The questionnaire prepared on the basis of various factors which influence the satisfaction of the respondents. Results and Conclusion: Teachers are not satisfied their job because of factor considered for promotion is fully dissatisfied of teachers and working place, training and outcomes of training only satisfied issue of teachers. On payment issues, teachers are very dissatisfied. Equity of justice maintained in promotion and pay from organization are serious issue. It usually interfere managerial decision making hamper the discipline and order. Based on the results it is recommended that some prevailing strategies be transformed and that it is essential to substitute certain old strategies in case of promotion, fairness of integrity sustained in promotion and pay fortitude system. Further studies should be needed on the factors identified through factor analysis.