Teachers Morale: Satisfaction and Annoyance Among the Teachers Working at Secondary Level in Private Sector of Karachi

  • Naila Siddiqua
  • Muhammad Asim
  • Maria Jawaid

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This study investigated the teachers’ morale in an outlook of satisfaction and annoyance among the teachers working at secondary schools in private sector of Karachi. Literature reported the paramount position of teachers in society was an effecting factor which was related to their job satisfaction and motivation to sustain in teaching profession. Teachers’ productivity was the result of job satisfaction and motivation. This research addressed the factors associating teachers’ job satisfaction and annoyance in the context secondary schools of Karachi. Qualitative research paradigm used to explore the perception of secondary teachers in Karachi. Semi-structured interview protocol was used to record the opinion of secondary teachers about the factors of annoyance and job satisfaction. A total sample of 12 teachers was chosen as the participants by using Purposive sampling. Data was analyzed through thematic analysis. The findings obtained from the qualitative data proved Maslow’s theory of need in job satisfaction and annoyance. Findings also reported the themes including social benefits, meaningfulness of job and self-esteem was validated by the researcher as a factor for teachers’ morale. This research implies better remuneration for the teachers and healthy working environment for more conductive learning and healthier development of students.

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Published
2019-12-21
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Siddiqua, N., Asim, M., & Jawaid, M. (2019). Teachers Morale: Satisfaction and Annoyance Among the Teachers Working at Secondary Level in Private Sector of Karachi. Journal of History and Social Sciences, 7(2). https://doi.org/10.46422/jhss.v7i2.61
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