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Volume 5 Issue 6
Effects of Teachers’ Burnout to Their Job Satisfaction
|Author(s)||Venus Escabas Niñeza, John Mhel S. Hagutin, Analiza L. Chua|
|Abstract||Teaching work is a rewarding yet demanding career. With extended hours and a heavy workload, it is easy to fall prey to teacher burnout. The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of Teachers’ Burnout to the Job Satisfaction of the elementary teachers within the second district of Buenavista. The implications of the study highlight the need for proactive measures to address and mitigate burnout among teachers. The researchers’ respondents were all the elementary teachers within the second district of Buenavista. This study used a descriptive correlational method as data collection tool. The data collected and gathered were tallied carefully and analyzed by the researchers through the use of frequency count, simple percentage, descriptive statistics, weighted mean, and the Pearson Moment of Correlation to test the relationship between teachers’ burnout and job satisfaction. Based on the findings, the researchers came up with several conclusions. The profile of the respondents showed that majority were 37-43 years old and were mostly females. Furthermore, the findings of the study revealed that teachers were sometimes experiencing burnout, however, they are still satisfied with their job. It was shown that the computed r-value 0.554 was higher than the critical t-value 0.203 at 0.05 level of significance with 92 degrees of freedom. Therefore, the null hypothesis was rejected which proved that there was a significant relationship between teachers’ burnout and job satisfaction. Therefore, prioritizing teachers’ well-being and job satisfaction is crucial for creating a sustainable and fulfilling teaching profession.|
|Keywords||Teachers’ Burnout, Effects, Job Satisfaction, Descriptive-correlational method|
|Field||Sociology > Education|
|Published In||Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023|
|Cite This||Effects of Teachers’ Burnout to Their Job Satisfaction - Venus Escabas Niñeza, John Mhel S. Hagutin, Analiza L. Chua - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8280|
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