Departmental Bulletin Paper OECDにおける公立中学校教員の職業満足度 : 法定給与水準を考慮した分析
Junior High School Teachers’ Job Satisfaction in OECD countries : Contemplating Statutory Salaries in Each Country

森田, 玉雪  ,  山本, 公香  ,  森田, 玉雪  ,  山本, 公香  ,  MORITA, Tamaki  ,  YAMAMOTO, Kimika  ,  モリタ, タマキ  ,  Morita, Tamaki  ,  ヤマモト, キミカ  ,  Yamamoto, Kimika

11pp.107 - 119 , 2016-03-05 , 山梨県立大学
This paper evaluates factors related to teachers’ job satisfaction using the OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) conducted in 2013 and the country-wise statutory salaries adjusted forpurchasing power parity in each country. Using quantile regression, we found that salary levels play a key role in determining teachers’ job satisfaction, especially for those who report being satisfied with their job. Factors such as the ratio of time spent performing general administrative work, teacher–student relationships,opportunities to actively participate in school decisions, and teachers’ personal belief that their roles as teachers are to facilitate students’ own inquiries also affect satisfaction levels, albeit to different degrees among teachers. Gender, teaching experience, hours spent at school, and the proportion of time spent actually teaching seem to uniformly affect all teachers, regardless of the level of job satisfaction.

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