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EEO. 2021; 20(4): 2083-2087


DEALING WITH JOB BURNOUT IN HIGHER EDUCATION

RAJANI AGARWAL, Dr. SONIA KAUR BANSAL.


Abstract

Being a teacher has been one of the most respected work on earth. But it can be equally demanding. Our study aims to evaluate the phenomenon of burnout among teachers in the province of Jaipur. To conduct this research, we relied on a pre-established questionnaire and the teacher’s burnout scale (TBS). The results of our study showed that the notion of burnout is present among teachers, of the 100 people who participated in the survey, 69.8% have a high degree of burnout, 51% of professionals have a high degree of depersonalization and 44% have a low degree of personal achievement. In view of these results, certified by much of the literature consulted in this sense, this study shows that stress among teacher is a bitter reality, which must be acted to prevent and diagnose early this social scourge.

Key words: job burnout, teachers, higher education.






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