Job anxiety, organizational commitment and job satisfaction: An empirical assessment of supervisors in the state of Eritrea
In the present investigation, an attempt is made to find out the relationship between job anxiety, organizational commitment, age and work experience with job satisfaction. The sample consisted of 116 supervisors selected randomly from different service sectors in Eritrea. A set of tools containing job anxiety, organizational commitment, job satisfaction along with biographical data sheet were used to gather information. Pearson’s product moment coefficient correlation was used to analyze the data. The findings of the present research revealed that (i) recognition and self-esteem facets of job anxiety were found to be significantly related to job satisfaction, (ii) facets of organizational commitment and over all organizational commitment was found to be significantly related to job satisfaction and (iii) age and experience showed significant correlation with job satisfaction. The study also suggested some
mechanisms to be considered for maximizing the level of job satisfaction.
Keywords: Job Anxiety, Organizational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, Correlation, Age, Eritrea
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