The Effect of Gender Roles on Job Satisfaction: A Study on the Employees Working in Government Academic Sector in Haryana


Gender Roles
Government Academic Sector
Job Satisfaction

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Sharma, D., & Venkateswaran. (2020). The Effect of Gender Roles on Job Satisfaction: A Study on the Employees Working in Government Academic Sector in Haryana. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Research, 4(1), 1-3.
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The aim of the study is to examine the effect of gender roles of the employees working in the government academic sector in Haryana on job satisfaction. Gender roles, responsibilities, of the employees, are independent variables and Job satisfaction is a dependent variable in this study. The collected data were analyzed by using SPSS, T-Test. The result indicates that Gender has no effect on the job satisfaction of the employees; on the other hand, age has a significant impact on the level of Job satisfaction. Further, the study also reveals that there is a significant difference in the opinion of males and females in terms of social awareness and commitment. The aim of this study was to investigate the working employee’s job satisfaction in government academic sector in Haryana. Organizational commitment, and self-esteem levels, reveals the relationship between the genders, and to examine the relationship between them. The discoveries of the examination would give important data to the executives in understanding the variables that influence work fulfillment. The academicians are the posts in the development of any nation as they put their events into developing the individuals who at last lead to a well-to-do economy, so the current examination depends on work fulfillment among the employees in different foundations. The discoveries of the exploration would give significant data to the directors in understanding the elements that influence work fulfillment.


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