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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the level of job satisfaction among Academicians in Higher Education Institutions in India. In order to accomplish this objective, a cross-sectional research methodology was utilised. The researcher employed the proportionate stratified random sampling approach to choose a sample of 274 Academicians. The collected data was subjected to analysis using appropriate statistical techniques, such as calculating the Arithmetic Mean, Standard Deviation, T-test, and One-way ANOVA. The results of the study suggested a considerable proportion of Academicians in India have a moderate degree of job satisfaction.
The primary objective of this study is to assess the job satisfaction levels of Higher education academicians in India. To achieve this goal, the research employed a cross-sectional research methodology. The researcher opted for the proportionate stratified random sampling technique to select a representative sample of 274 Academicians, ensuring that the sample reflected the diversity of the instructor population.
The key findings of the study shed light on the job satisfaction landscape among academicians of higher education in India. The result indicated that a substantial proportion of these educators report a moderate degree of job satisfaction. This observation is of paramount significance, as job satisfaction plays a pivotal role in the overall well-being and performance of instructors. Understanding the factors contributing to this moderate level of job satisfaction can enlighten future initiatives and policies aimed at improving the working conditions and job satisfaction of academicians of higher education in India.