Comparative Study between Public and Private School Teachers, Job Satisfaction and Their Job Performance in District Peshawar
The primary goals of this study were to identify differences in teachers' perceptions of job satisfaction at public and private schools, to differentiate between public and private teachers' perceptions of job satisfaction with academic credentials, and to include teaching staff from government and private higher secondary schools in Pakistan's Peshawar district. The report included participants from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The survey included 150 teachers from each classroom, as well as 75 public and 75 private teachers. The data were analysed using the Mean and Independent Sample t-test. There was no significant difference between public and private school teachers on the majority of the 21 dimensions of job satisfaction. However, there were significant differences between public and private school teachers' perspectives on certain aspects of job satisfaction. Teachers in both public and private schools had similar perspectives, but there was some disagreement among them
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