Vol - 28, Issue - 02
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-19-01-2021-730
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Abstract : This study investigates the factors influencing job satisfaction and the level of job satisfaction among the faculty members of nursing colleges in Saudi universities. This online survey was approved by Taif University under code (42-0085). A 35-item (6 dimensions) five-option Likert-type draft questionnaire on job satisfaction was distributed for online anonymous self-reporting by the faculty members of nursing colleges in Saudi universities (n=116). The general level of job satisfaction (OJS) of the faculty members of nursing colleges in Saudi universities on all dimensions of job satisfaction is observed to be low (OJS mean 1,28), while work itself and interpersonal relationships were high. The dimensions of job satisfaction were analyzed by path coefficient and the significance test. First, for faculty members job satisfaction as a higher order factor consists of 6 first-order factors: the influence of salary and welfare on job satisfaction is the greatest, with a path coefficient reaching. 580. Next come job competence, leader behavior, interpersonal relationships and the work itself. Personal growth had a minimal effect on job satisfaction; its path coefficient was only. 298. A seven factor job satisfaction model is advanced, including one high-order factor (job satisfaction) and six first-order factors (salary and welfare, the work itself, leader behavior, personal growth, interpersonal relationships and job competence) demonstrated good overall psychometric properties in terms of construct validity and internal consistency reliability in both the overall sample and its separately analysed subgroups.

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