Author: Amina Nawaz
Supervisor: Dr. Naumana Amjad and Mr. Muhammad Khubaib Kayani
University: Institute of Applied Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan
The present research was conducted to investigate the relationship between spiritual intelligence and job satisfaction in university teachers. It was hypothesized that (1) There is likely to be relationship between spiritual intelligence and job satisfaction in university teachers. (2) There is likely to be a gender difference in the overall job satisfaction and spiritual intelligence (including sub scales). (3) Spiritual intelligence likely to predict job satisfaction in teachers. For required information purposive sampling was done and a sample of teachers N = 60 (30 males and 30 females) participated from College of Information Sciences, Mass Communication, Chemical Engineering, Institute of Business and Information Technology, Sport Sciences, and Dept. of Economics of Punjab university. Spiritual Intelligence Scale King (2008) and Job Satisfaction Scale Spector (1994) were used. Pearson Product- Moment Correlation, regression analysis and t-test were carried out on data to obtain the results. The result revealed that there was no significant relationship between spiritual intelligence and job satisfaction in university teachers. It was also found that there is no gender difference between overall spiritual intelligence and job satisfaction. It was also found that job satisfaction was not predicted by spiritual intelligence.
Keywords: Spiritual Intelligence, Job Satisfaction.
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