Job Satisfaction of Teachers according to their Academic Degrees: A case study of the secondary school teachers in the Iranian province of Mazandaran

Aliakbari, Ali


The more trainers are satisfied with their work, the more, on the one hand, they are encouraged to work harder and the more the efficiency of schools rises. And on the other hand, dissatisfaction and low performance levels of teachers derive from their lack of satisfaction. As researches that have already been conducted show, dissatisfied employees give up their jobs and leave the organization. On this basis, this study aims to examine the relationship between the levels of teachers’ job satisfaction and the impact it has on the teachers’ mental health. The method used in this research is a descriptive, explanatory one. The sample of the research consists of 332 teachers working in the Iranian province of Mazandaran. The research involves collecting data from distributed questioners.  The results show that there is a meaningful relationship between academic degrees and job satisfaction.

Keywords: job satisfaction, academic degree, teacher

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