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Job Satisfaction among Hindu and Muslim Employees in Industry
Authors: Inzamam Vohra*, Dr. S.M. Kaji**
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The main purpose of this study was to find out job satisfaction among Hindu and Muslim employees in industry. A sample of 120 employees, which were 79 from Hindu and 41 from Muslim, 50 were helper and 49 were operator employees and 58 were less than 35 year and 33 were above 35 year employees randomly selected. The obtained data were analyzed using mean, SD, „t‟ test. The organizational job satisfaction questionnaire developed by Hardeo Ojha (Bhagalpur) was used. The result shows that there is no significant difference found between Hindu and Muslim employees, helper and operator and less than-more than 35 year employees of job satisfaction.