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EEO. 2011; 10(3): 974-990


The Relation between Job Satisfaction and Emotional Intelligence: An Investigation about the Education Supervisors

Semiha Şahin, Bülent Aydoğdu, Cenk Yoldaş.

Abstract
The aim of this study is to find out education supervisors’ level of emotional intelligence and job
satisfaction and determine the relation between emotional intelligence and job satisfaction. The sample of the
study consists of 184 supervisors that work in four districts. The data of the research has been collected by the
inventory called “Emotional Intelligence Scale” and “supervisors’ Job Satisfaction Scale”. The Mann-Whitney
U, Kruskal Wallis and r tests have been used for analyzing the data. According to the results of the research, the
supervisors’ emotional intelligence perceptions are at a high level and their job satisfaction levels at a moderate
and low level. It has been found out that there is a non-significant relationship between emotional intelligence
and job satisfaction; but some moderate and some low level correlations have been found with regard to some
of the subscales.

Key words: Emotional intelligence, job satisfaction, education supervisor.



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