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A Study on Analysis of Job Satisfaction among Night School Teachers for People with Disabilities

Kim Doo-Young 1 Kim, Mi-Ah 2

1단국대학교
2한일장신대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study is to research and analyze job satisfaction which is aimed at whom teaches at the night schools for people with disabilities, and thus to provide with basic information with the purpose of development of the night schools for the people with disabilities. First of all, a survey was conducted targeting 189 teachers from 20 schools, which has been analyzed for the study. According to the result, first, 2.39 points on average are recorded for the job satisfaction, which show slightly higher than the normal level. By subcategory, the satisfaction points of the curriculum organization are estimated to the highest, otherwise, the ones of the budget support are estimated to the lowest. Second, as the result of the job satisfaction difference according to the demographic features of the teachers concerned, male teachers are estimated to be more satisfied with their jobs than female teachers by gender. By age, the ones under 40-year-old and the ones over 61-year-old show the highest satisfaction, and by academic ability, the ones with graduate school diplomas or the ones who attend graduate schools show the most highest satisfaction relatively. Third, according to the organizations features of the night schools for the people with disabilities, the study by area shows the lowest satisfaction points of the teachers working in Yeongnam area in general. In case of Gangwon and Jeju areas, the teachers are most unsatisfied with the facilities, but are most satisfied with the maintenance operation at the same time. Additionally, by school scale, the satisfaction points are considerably lower in case of the ones who work for the schools with more than 11 classes. Based on the study as above, an efficient operation method has been discussed.

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