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Study of relationship between job satisfaction and isolationist (Case study: Road and Urbanization offices of Kurdistan Province)

Authors: Jamile Ahmadian and Adel Salavati

Int J Med Res Health Sci.97-101 | pdf PDF Full Text

This study examines the relationship between job satisfaction and isolationist behavior in the General Directorate of
Roads and Urban’s Kurdistan province. The study population included General Directorate of Roads and Urban
Development Kurdistan province is limited to the study of the formula for example, Simple random sampling is
available to use on the basis of sampling, the number of samples 191 shows. Questionnaires were used to collect
data from a questionnaire used in the study were standard. Data with Statistical programs were both descriptive
and inferential analysis. The reliability of the questionnaire with Cronbach’s alpha coefficient for job satisfaction
and isolationist behavior respectively 0.877 and 0.889 was. All assumptions were confirmed at the level of 95% and
all relations based on Pearson correlation coefficient test results were confirmed. Based on the findings of job
satisfaction Behavior had a significant relationship with isolationist, isolationist behavior to reduce. Finally, this
study has provided practical suggestions.

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