Effects of Self-Esteem on Job Satisfaction among Operational Rescuers of Rescue 1122 District Peshawar

Authors

  • Alam Zeb Khattak Faculty of Social Sciences Department of Psychology International Islamic University Islamabad Pakistan https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8601-7089
  • Muhammad Saif Ullah Qureshi
  • Muhammad Amin

Abstract

ABSTRACT

The aim of this study was to check the association between self-esteem and job satisfaction. The study was conducted to investigate the effects of self-esteem on job satisfaction among operational Rescuers of Emergency Rescue Service Rescue 1122 District Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Participants for this study were selected through a specified criterion. Data for the present study were collected from 100 operational Emergency Medical Technicians and Fire Rescuers (Fire Fighters). Age ranges from 26 to 35-year, education ranges from intermediate and professional diploma to master degree. Purposive sampling technique was used. Self-esteem scale (Urdu) by Rifai and Tariq in 1999 and Job Satisfaction Survey (Urdu Version) by Shehzad and Begum (2011) were used. Results of the study report

Keywords: Operational Rescuers, Self-esteem, Job satisfaction, Rescue 1122, Emergency   Rescue Service

Author Biographies

Alam Zeb Khattak, Faculty of Social Sciences Department of Psychology International Islamic University Islamabad Pakistan

PhD Scholar

Faculty of Social Sciences
Department of Psychology
International Islamic University Islamabad Pakistan

Muhammad Saif Ullah Qureshi

International Islamic University, Islamabad

Muhammad Amin

Sarhad University, Peshawar, Pakistan.

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2021-09-30

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