Background: Job satisfaction is the favorable or unfavorable with which employees view their work. It signifies the amount of agreement between one’s expectations of the job and the rewards to the job provide. The aim of the present study was to assess the level of job satisfaction among the government and private school teachers in selected school of the Jabalpur city (M.P). Objectives: 1. To assess the job satisfaction among government teachers of selected government schools. 2. To assess the job satisfaction among private teachers of selected private schools. 3. To compare the level of job satisfaction among government and private teachers of selected government and private schools. Methodology: A Non experimental descriptive survey design was used to assess the level of job satisfaction among private and government school teachers. The 60 samples were selected 30 samples were from private and 30 samples from government school teachers by using non-probability, convenient sampling technique. Results: In the present study, the finding shows that the employee of government school teachers have more satisfaction than private school. The mean score obtained was 56.37 that was more than private school teachers mean 45.47 The computed chi square test revealed that there is no significant statistical association between level of job satisfaction among the government school teachers and private school teachers with their selected demographic variables. Conclusion: The study concludes that government school teachers were more satisfied than the private school teachers.
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Bindu Nair. Job Satisfaction among the Government and Private School Teachers in selected Schools of Jabalpur City, Madhya Pradesh. 10.5958/2454-2660.2020.00012.5 doi: 10.5958/2454-2660.2020.00012.5