Volume 3, Issue 11
Frequency: 12 Issue per year
Paper Submission: Throughout the Month
Acceptance Notification: Within 2 days
Areas Covered: Multidisciplinary
Accepted Language: Multiple Languages
Journal Type: Online (e-Journal)
The primary objective of the investigational study that is currently underway is to determine whether or not male and female workers report distinct levels of happiness at work. For the purpose of this investigation, an employee sample was collected from organisations based in urban areas, and it included a total of sixty male and sixty female workers. The application of Kanungo's job satisfaction questionnaire allowed for the measurement of the levels of job satisfaction among the respondent employees. whereas the analysis of the responses that were generated was performed using means, standard deviations, and t-tests. The analysis of the data showed that there was not a significant difference between the levels of job satisfaction reported by male and female employees. In terms of age, male and female workers in lower age groups as well as higher age groups did not show any variation in their levels of job satisfaction. This was also the trend among workers in lower as well as higher tenure groups.
Job satisfaction, higher and lower levels of education, and longer and shorter periods of employment all correlate.