Institutional and Gender Differences on Job Stress among Teachers at Secondary Stage

Authors

  • Vijay Kumar Lovely School of Education, Lovely Professional university, Phagwara, Punajb, India-144008

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15415/iie.2015.32011

Keywords:

Institution, Gender, Job Stress, Secondary School Teachers, Stress Among Teachers, Occupational Stress Among Teachers

Abstract

Present study intends to study the level of job stress among the secondary school teachers in hoshiarpur district. 2x2 factorial design has been employed on the scores of various dimensions of job stress between male and female government and private school teachers. In total the sample comprised of 200 teachers from schools situated in urban and rural settings of the district. The findings of the study revealed that (a) secondary schools teachers serving in government and private schools exhibit similar job stress, (b) male teachers working in secondary schools felt more job stress than female teachers; (c) males are not able to develop good interpersonal relationships; and (d) females were found working without any motive resulting in experiencing more job stress.

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Vijay Kumar. (2015). Institutional and Gender Differences on Job Stress among Teachers at Secondary Stage. Issues and Ideas in Education, 3(2), 149–158. https://doi.org/10.15415/iie.2015.32011

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