The current study aimed at investigating the relationship between selected variables (gender, qualification, marital status, and years of experience) and job satisfaction of Omani physical educators working at governmental schools. A job satisfaction scale consisted of four sub-scales was developed and administered on a random sample consisted of 131 male and female physical educators. The results explored that 36% were highly satisfied with there jobs, 44% were moderately satisfied, and 20% are dissatisfied from there jobs. The study also revealed that the most factor affecting job satisfaction is the finance income, whereas more than 75% of the sample either dissatisfied or slightly satisfied regarded their salaries. The results also showed that the educators who had less than five years of service are more satisfied than their counterparts who had more than five years of service. Regarding qualification variable, the study illustrated that Bachelor degree holders were more job satisfied than the Two- Years Diploma holders. Lastly, the study revealed that married physical educators were less job satisfied than singles physical educators, whereas no significant differences in job satisfaction scale and its four sub-scales have been found between males and females.
|Translated title of the contribution||Omani Physical Educators’ Job Satisfaction and its Relationship with Selected Variables|
|Number of pages||21|
|Journal||مجلة العلوم التربوية والنفسية|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|