Selected demographic characteristics and employees’ job satisfaction in government organizations: Dangila, Ethiopia Job Satisfaction

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Asrat Dagnew Kelkay
Amare Sahile
Sewagegn Mola
Dilnesa Yeshiwas

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the difference between selected demographic characteristics and employees’ job satisfaction in government organizations. The study used a descriptive survey design. Data were collected from 112 government employees selected as sample members by using a stratified random sampling technique. To determine the levels of government employees’ job satisfaction, a one-sample t-test was used and an independent t-test was used for measuring whether there exists a significant difference between employees’ sex group on their job satisfaction, whereas a one-way analysis of variance analysis technique was applied to measure whether there exists a significant difference among government employees’ job satisfaction on their age, educational level and work experience. The following findings were obtained; employees had a significantly lower level of satisfaction on their jobs, job satisfaction of employees remained the same regardless of sex group differences and regardless of age, years of service and educational level group differences.


Keywords: Demographic characteristics, employees’ satisfaction and government organizations

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Kelkay, A. D., Sahile, A., Mola, S., & Yeshiwas, D. (2020). Selected demographic characteristics and employees’ job satisfaction in government organizations: Dangila, Ethiopia: Job Satisfaction. Global Journal of Psychology Research: New Trends and Issues, 10(2), 221–232. https://doi.org/10.18844/gjpr.v10i2.4818
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