International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Job Satisfaction of Employees of Jordan and Television Field Study
Dr. Muhammad Falah Qudah, Dr. Mnawer Bayan Al-Rajihi, Dr. Zuhair Yassin Al-Tahat

The present study seeks to gage the extent of the job satisfaction of the employees of Jordan Radio and Television Corporation. To achieve this aim the survey research methodology was utilized on a sample of the Corporation's employees numbering 287 respondents, chosen using the accidental sample. The study reached a number of results, including satisfaction with the type of work performed by the employee which was in first order of importance and with an average of 2.66, while satisfaction with the financial aspects and financial incentives (bonuses) came in last order of importance with low averages 1.98 and 1.96. It was also evident from the findings of the study that there are statistically significant differences attributable to age, experience, academic credentials, department, monthly salary and job satisfaction, and the absence of a statistically significant correlation attributable to the effect of gender and job satisfaction. Moreover, the findings indicated an absence of a correlation between the academic credentials and satisfaction with the chances of promotion.

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