Job Satisfaction Among Teachers in Seventh-Day Adventist Schools and Its Relationship to Commitment and Selected Work Conditions
A survey was conducted among teachers in Seventh-day Adventist schools to determine the degree of job satisfaction and its relationship to commitment and selected work conditions. The population for this study included teachers in Adventist schools in the Midwestern region of the United States. It was found that (1) Adventist teachers are generally satisfied with their work. They chose to work for the Adventist church because of their commitment to the church. (2) Commitment to the teaching profession was highly related to job satisfaction among male teachers; whereas, commitment to the church organization was highly related to job satisfaction among female teachers. (3) Faith dimension was the most important work-condition factor related to commitment to the church organization; whereas, personal significance was related to commitment to the teaching profession. © 2000, Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. All rights reserved.
Journal of Research on Christian Education
Rutebuka, Athanase K., "Job Satisfaction Among Teachers in Seventh-Day Adventist Schools and Its Relationship to Commitment and Selected Work Conditions" (2000). Faculty Publications. 2600.