Job satisfaction is one of the criteria of establishing a healthy
organizational structure in an organization. Nurses are inseparable cornerstone
of the health system. Job satisfaction of these nurses will affect the quality
of career rendered in our healthcare centers. In this respect the question of
how the elemental factors affect their level of satisfaction becomes important.
This paper tried to examine the level of job satisfaction among the nurses.
This is a cross-sectional study conduct to determine the level of
job satisfaction among nurses in their workplace. A total of 193 self
administered questionnaire were obtained for data analysis. The subjects’ were
selected randomly. Internal consistent reliability by Cronbach’s alpha
coefficient test was 0.706.
The result showed that nurses job satisfaction is moderate-high.
The null hypothesis for age and marital status was upheld at, age –p-value
0.8028 and marital status –P-Value 0.145. But for education P-Value <0.0001
and years of experience is P-Value <0.00001 too. The finding is important
for understanding level of job satisfaction and are milestone to improve
quality nursing care /services at the centre. It is recommended that management
should be encouraged to sustain profitable policies to motivate the nurses.
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