A Study on the Relationship between Lifestyle and Job Stress with Job Satisfaction in Employees of Ports and Maritime Organization in Genaveh City
Masoomeh Niknezdad, ** Reza Zarei*
The present research aimed to study the relationship between lifestyle and job stress with job satisfaction. This is an applied research and has a correlation methodology. The research sample is 150 employees of ports and maritime organization (PMO) in Genaveh during 2014-2015. Sampling is done by census report and all statistical population was applied. The research tools are 3 questionnaires of job satisfaction introduced by Kendall and Hullin, job stress of Astaynmtz and lifestyle of Lali. For data analysis at inferential statistics level, Pearson correlation coefficient and regression was used. Research findings showed that there is a meaningful relationship between lifestyle and job stress with job satisfaction. The more lifestyle improves, the more job satisfaction increases and the more job stress is, the less is job satisfaction. Moreover, regression analysis revealed that all dimensions of lifestyle, except for drug and narcotics prevention, can predict job satisfaction. Also, as far as job stress is concerned, the greatest mean was related to coworkers and the lowest mean was related to supervisors and both of them could predict jib satisfaction. Therefore, lifestyle and job stress can both predict job satisfaction.