International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Analysis of the Occupational Well - Being of College Teachers in Minority Areas: A Case Study of Inner Mongolia
Si Rijimoleng, Ph.D; E Erguna

In this paper, 286 teachers in Inner Mongolia colleges and universities were investigated by questionnaire, and 6 dimensions were evaluated according to the working environment, salary and welfare, teacher evaluation, occupational stress, growth platform and value. It is found that the happiness of teachers in welfare and value realization is lower than that of the other four dimensions. At the same time, we use SPSS13.0 statistical software analyzed the characteristics of the sample. According to the analysis of Occupational happiness of college teachers from different backgrounds, female teachers scored higher than male teachers in six dimensions; In terms of nationality, Mongolian teachers scored higher than Han teachers in terms of job environment satisfaction and value realization; In terms of age, young teachers scored higher on occupational stress than teachers over 54; In terms of working age, the teachers with short working age are less happy than those with long working age; In terms of professional title, associate professors have a higher professional pressure; In terms of education, the professional pressure of undergraduate teachers is relatively small.

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