Does Compensation and Demographical Variable Influence on Teachers Commitment and Job Satisfaction? A Study of University of the Punjab, Pakistan

Talat Islam, Zulifqar Ahmad, Ishfaq Ahmed, Ashfaq Ahmad, Saeed Muhammad, Saher Khushi Muhammad

Abstract


Education is very important for the developing nations for their survival in global competitive environment.
Quality education is almost impossible without satisfaction and commitment of the teachers. This study is aimed
to find the influence of compensation and demographical impact on the commitment and job satisfaction of the teachers. The data was collected from 169 faculty members; SPSS was used to analyze the data. The findings of
the study indicate that compensation is positively associated with both teacher’s commitment and job satisfaction.
Findings of the study also revealed that married and female teachers are more satisfied and committed with their
institutions. Similarly satisfaction and commitment level of the teachers increased with the increase in their job
experience.


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