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NNJ. 2018; 7(4): 39-41


A STUDY TO ASSESS THE JOB SATISFACTION OF FACULTY IN NARAYANA COLLEGE OF NURSING, NELLORE.

Asst. Prof.,Ms. V. Thejaswi,Dr. Mrs. S. Indira,Mrs. K. Madhavi Latha.

Abstract
ABSTRACT: Level of job satisfaction is an content to which person likes or dislikes the job. Multiple
factors can influence person level of job satisfaction; this factor range from the level of pay is benefits,
perceived fairness of promotion system within the organization, the quality of working condition to leadership
and social relationship. Objectives: To assess the job satisfaction of the faculty in Narayana College of
Nursing, Nellore. Materials and Methods: Descriptive research design was used to assess job satisfaction
among nursing faculty. 30 faculties were selected by using Non probability convenience sampling technique.
Data was analyzed by using descriptive and inferential statistics. The results revealed that 1(3%) was
moderately dissatisfied, 14(47%) were moderately satisfied and 15(50%) were highly satisfied in their
jobs. Keywords: Knowledge, Job Satisfaction, Faculty, Nursing.

Key words: Job Satisfaction, Faculty, Nursing.


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