Factors Associated with Job Satisfaction of Faculty Members of Private Universities in Bangladesh.

So happy to share my first published research paper with you. This paper, after a long wait, was accepted and later reviewed. Finally, it was published in December 2017 by the Journal of Jessore University of Science and Technology.


The main purpose of this study is to investigate the factors which have a strong impact on-the-job satisfaction of faculty members. A total of 117 respondents were considered from four universities using the random sampling method. A survey was conducted using a five-point Likert scale for data collection through 38 statements. To get into insight Cronbach alpha coefficient, descriptive statistics (frequency, percentile, mean and standard deviation), Pearson correlation, and multiple regression analysis were run as statistical tools. The study concluded with the facts that academicians’ job satisfaction might be influenced by the absence of the relationship with top management, infrastructural facilities, teachers’ assessment system, and praise and recognition. The researchers ended up that top management should give more emphasis on teachers’ job satisfaction levels to make more concentrated on work to provide higher education and to improve the quality of working life of teachers in the northern part of Bangladesh.


Job Satisfaction, Investigate, Quality, Faculty Members

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Want to cite my paper! Cite this paper as

Miah, Md & Saha, Kumar & Talukder, Saurav & Hossain, Md. (2017). Factors Associated with Job Satisfaction of Faculty Members: A Study on Private Universities at the Northern Part of Bangladesh. 2. 70-79.

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