Factors Affecting Job Satisfaction of Business Instructors: the Case of Business Schools in Addis Ababa City and Jimma Town
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Assessing the extent of job satisfaction and dissatisfaction of business instructors has great benefits in getting instructors well motivated for work. This study is therefore an attempt to examine factors affecting the degree of job satisfaction and dissatisfaction of business instructors. More, specifically, it is designed to 1) examine in detail instructors' extent of job satisfaction online with F.Herzberg two factors theory. 2) asses factors' upon which instructors are highly impinged, and 3) asses instructors' extent of job satisfaction and dissatisfaction in comparing governmental Universities and private colleges so that concerned bodies may get an insight to react on. Participants of the study included all voluntary business instructors from both Addis Ababa and Jimma Universities and randomly selected private colleges.The items in the self-governing questionnaire were rated using a five-point likert scale from very satisfied to very dissatisfied. The researcher gathered data and analysis was carried out using descriptive and other inferential statistical techniques. The result was expected to suggest that instructors are better satisfied with Herzberg's intrinsic dimension and dissatisfied with extrinsic dimension of job satisfaction. Yet the result portrays that one dimension is not better than the other.