WORK STRESS AND JOB SATISFACTION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL COUNSELLORS.

Authors

  • Dr. Aruna Singh
  • Kaumi Umara

Keywords:

Work, Stress, Job, Satisfaction, Counselor, Gender

Abstract

This study investigated the relationship between work stress and job satisfaction of secondary school counsellors and the relationship between work stress and job satisfaction due to gender of secondary school counsellors. Two research hypotheses were formulated. A questionnaire constructed by the researcher was used to collect the data. To test for the hypotheses 210 secondary school counselors were used. A correlational design was used for the study. The data for hypotheses were analyzed using correlation coefficient analysis. The findings of the study showed that there is no significant relationship between work stress and job satisfaction of secondary school counsellors. Also there is no significant relationship between work stress and job satisfaction of male and female secondary school counsellors. The implication of these findings is:- Counsellors who perceived work stress or not should not equate it with job satisfaction.

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Published

2023-06-18

How to Cite

Singh , D. A. ., & Umara, K. . (2023). WORK STRESS AND JOB SATISFACTION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL COUNSELLORS. BW Academic Journal, 6. Retrieved from https://bwjournal.org/index.php/bsjournal/article/view/1346