A Study of Effect of Job Satisfaction on Marital Adjustment of Secondary School Teachers

Ms. Manjeet Kumari, Ms. Sushma Saharan


Teaching is a highly noble profession and teachers are always a boon to the society. The ultimate process of education could be simplified as a meaningful interaction between the teacher and the taught. Thus the teacher plays a direct and crucial role in moulding a pupil towards education. Teachers are the most important resources in a school. The main purpose of the research was to find out difference between job satisfaction and marital adjustment of secondary school teachers. The sample consisted of 100 secondary school teachers. The Job satisfaction scale for secondary school teachers by Dr. Meera Dixit and Marital Adjustment Questionnaire by Dr. Parmod Kumar and Kanchana Rohtagi were used to collect data. Result of the study indicated that female teachers adjusted more than male teachers.

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