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DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS AFFECTING TEACHERS` WORK MOTIVATION IN LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ALBANIA Print E-mail

 

Enida Kume[1]

Abstract

A sample of 198 Albanian teachers in lower secondary schools, randomly selected, was used for investigates the relationship between work motivation and their demographic factors. Descriptive statistics, analyze of variances (ANOVA) and logistic regression analyze were used to analyze the data. The overall finding was that: (i) between work motivation among the teachers in lower secondary schools in Albania and their demographic characteristics, a significant relationship was identified, (ii) no significant differences in the level of work motivation related to the gender of the teacher; (iii) the age and seniority of teachers are factors that affect the work motivation among teachers. Teachers aged > 40 years and teachers who have > 10 years of work experience are more motivated at work; (iv) the civil status of the teacher affects the work motivation but this result is a consequence of the statistical difference in the levels of motivation at work between married teachers and others, only; (v) the study does not support the hypothesis about the relationship between property status of the school, its location and the level of work motivation among the teachers.

Key words: work motivation, demographic factors, teachers in lower secondary school

[1] Lectures, Department of Pedagogies, Faculty of Education, “Aleksandër Moisiu” University, Durrës, Albania.

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Cite this article:
Kume Enida. DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS AFFECTING TEACHERS` WORK MOTIVATION IN LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ALBANIA. Innovative Issues and Approaches in Social Sciences, vol.14:203-215,

Digital Object Identifier(DOI): https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4935648
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