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nastiezaie N, sabegi F. Relationship between Extreme Dependence to Work with Job Stress and Job Burnout in Teachers. ioh. 2016; 13 (2) :79-91
URL: http://ioh.iums.ac.ir/article-1-1497-en.html

asistant sistan , n_nastie1354@ped.usb.ac.ir
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Background and aims: The teachers assign very high amount of time to job activities arbitrarily and voluntarily, and this fact may result addiction to work in them, that continuity of these situations will have a positive and negative outcomes. The main goal of current study is evaluating the relationship between extreme dependence to work with job stress and job burnout in elementary school teachers of Zahedan city.

Methods: The type of current study is correlation, in which the study carried out on 350 elementary school teachers of Zahedan city, which selected using stratified random sampling method, by using three questionnaires including addiction to work questionnaire, job stress questionnaire, and job burnout questionnaire. Analyzing data carried out using correlation coefficient and multiple regression using SPSS version21 software.

Results: The average score of teachers in dependent variables were 3/97± 0/64 for extreme dependence to work, 3/33±0/74for job stress and 3/48±0/79 for job burnout, which altogether were higher than average level from the theoretical point of view (3). The value of correlation coefficient for work involvement, feeling of being driven to work, work enjoyment, and extreme dependence to work were 0/739, 0/743, 0/73, 0/74 (p<0.01) respectively. Based on result of regression, 55.9% of job stress variance was common with extreme job dependence components (p<0.05). The value of correlation coefficient of work involvement, feeling of being driven to work, work enjoyment, and extreme dependence to work with job stress was 739.737, 0.0, 0.728, 0.738 (p<0.01) respectively. Based on results of regression, the 55.4% of job burnout variance was common with extreme job dependence components (p<0.05).

Conclusion: According to significant positive relationship between workaholism with job stress and job burnout in teachers, it could be suggested to execute instructional courses for familiarity of teachers with phenomenon including extreme dependence to work, job stress, job burnout, individual and organizational outcomes and their methods of opposition against them, and effective management. 

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Organizational Psychology
Received: 2015/04/30 | Accepted: 2015/11/25 | Published: 2016/06/19

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