Prevalent Factors that Affect the Job Satisfaction of Junior High School Technology and Livelihood Education Teachers in Public Secondary Schxcool in District 1 of Marikina City 2017 – 2018
Jackie D. Urrutia1, Renee Roseller V. Grafilon2, Edward Patrick L. Mortera3, John Cristian A. Ramos4

1Jackie D. Urrutia, Professor, College of Education-Graduate School, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Sta. Mesa, Manila, Philippines.
2Renee Roseller V. Grafilon, Teacher, Sta. Elena High School, Marikina City, Philippines.
3John Cristian A. Ramos, SHS Faculty, University of the East – Caloocan, Caloocan, Philippines.
4Edward Patrick L. Mortera, Teacher, Don Ramon E. Costales Memorial National High School, Pangasinan, Philippines.
Manuscript received on 16 October 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 25 October 2019 | Manuscript Published on 02 November 2019 | PP: 2758-2767 | Volume-8 Issue-2S11 September 2019 | Retrieval Number: B13390982S1119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.B1339.0982S1119
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Abstract: The objective of this study is to examine the prevalent factors that affect the job satisfaction of Technology and Livelihood Education Junior High School teachers in Public Secondary School in District 1 of Marikina City. Also, this research helps the educational stakeholders to empower teachers’ capacity through assessing their satisfaction from their jobs. Out of 110 respondents, researchers gathered only 86 samples according to the COCHRAN as sample technique used. Questionnaire has been adapted so reliability testing and validation was not utilized. Descriptive Statistics showed that teachers are agreed in four aspects. However, teachers’ responses in Job Characteristics aspect have at least satisfied. Moreover, independent t-test and ANOVA are being utilized by the researchers to reveal the significant differences of teachers’ job satisfaction in relation of gender, age and type of schools, but there were no significant differences at all. Furthermore, bivariate correlation (Pearson – r) is being used by the researchers to determine the significant relationship to each aspect. Based on the findings, there were significant relationships in each aspect. Lastly, regression method was being used to examine what aspect of Job Satisfaction is the predictor of teachers’ intention to remain on the job. Researchers found out that Meaningfulness of the Job and Social Benefits are the predictors of the teachers’ intention to remain on the job. With these findings, the researches recommend to include other educational stakeholders to have a comparison in terms of Job Satisfaction; Administration have a clear content and natures of the assigned task to their teachers because this is one of the factor why teachers do not remain in the job; Administration must to pay attention to support their teachers; and there are other aspects, factors, and theories that can be used to fully identify the level of satisfaction of teacher, so further research is needed to be studied.
Keywords: Intention, Job Satisfaction, Motivation, Multiple Linear Regression, Marikina City.
Scope of the Article: Smart Learning and Innovative Education Systems