Self-esteem in One’s Abilities: Evidence from Private Sector Educational Institutes
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Keywords

Teachers; Self-esteem; Nature of the job

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Shahid, M., Sarwar, M., Ateeq, A., & Abbas, A. (2018). Self-esteem in One’s Abilities: Evidence from Private Sector Educational Institutes. Journal of Marketing and Information Systems, 1(1), 1-3. https://doi.org/10.31580/jmis.v1i1.141

Abstract

The study aims to examine the self-esteem level of private college teachers (permanant or visitind) of district Faisalabad, Pakistan. To accomplish the purpose of the study 100 questionnaires were sent to 5 well known educational institutions of city Faisalabad, Pakistan. The result from the study indicates that symbolic varations are there in level of self-esteem between permamnant and visiting faculty members of the private colleges. This study also shown that the permamant faculty members have high self-esteem as compared to visiting faculty members. They scored more on satisfaction, ability to do things. 

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