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  1. 2.   Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction
  2. 3. Group Members <ul><li>Salman Zia MM 10102 6 </li></ul><ul><li>Faheem Aslam MM 10102 8 </li></ul><ul><li>Nauman Shafiq MM 101002 </li></ul>Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction
  3. 4. Aim <ul><li>To brief you about our study, Literature review, sampling, Data Collection Methods, Data Analysis and findings. </li></ul>Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction
  4. 5. Layout Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction CHAPETER # 1: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction: 1.2 Background and Significance 1.3 Problem Statement 1.4 Research Question 1.5 Theoretical Framework 1.6 Objectives of Research Study 1.7 Delimitations CHAPTER # 02: REVIEW OF LITERATURE 2.1 Literature Review: 2.2 Labour Market Effects of Job Mismatches 2.3 Socioeconomic Background and Over-Education 2.4 Job Design and Work Structure 2.5 Methods for Measuring Education and Skill Requirements 2.6 Review of Literature 2.7 Dependent and Independent Variables 2.8 Hypothesis
  5. 6. Layout [contd] Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction CHAPTER # 03: RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS 3.1 Overview 3.2 Population and Study Sample 3.3 Sample Size and Selection of Sample 3.4 Sources of Data 3.5 Collection of Data 3.6 Instrumentation and Scale 3.7 Code Book CHAPTER # 04: DATA ANALYSIS Table 4.1 Summary Analysis Table 4.1.1 Gender Table 4.1.2 Education Table 4.1.3 Career Stage Table 4.1.4 Relationship Status Table 4.1.5 Salary Income Table 4.1.6 Type of Appointment CHAPTER # 05: RESEARCH FINDINGS: 5.1 Findings: 5.2 Discussion
  6. 7. Introduction <ul><li>Analyze effects of skills -job mismatch on employee’s job satisfaction </li></ul><ul><li>Education is an important corridor to improve one’s economic status, as education enhances earning by increasing skills. </li></ul><ul><li>People don’t find jobs compatible to their educational background or actual skill set thus they could not utilize their capabilities to their optimum. </li></ul><ul><li>This phenomenon effects the job satisfaction in the employee which then affects the overall performance of the organization . </li></ul>Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction
  7. 8. Problem Statement <ul><li>To analyze the impact of mismatch b/w job & academic qualification on job satisfaction. Employee satisfaction will be determine through job matching with educational Background. </li></ul>Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction
  8. 9. Objectives of Research Study <ul><li>Objective of this study was to find the relation between job mismatch and its effect on employee’s job satisfaction. Investigate the determinants of job mismatches with respect to the field of education and position held in organization . </li></ul>Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction
  9. 10. Literature Review <ul><li>Over education </li></ul><ul><li>Under education </li></ul><ul><li>Mismatch </li></ul><ul><li>Labor Market effects of job Mismatch </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Individual working in their own field of education have higher wages than those working outside their field of education(VAN DE WERFHORST,2001) </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Job design and structure </li></ul>Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction
  10. 11. Hypothesis <ul><li>This research paper evolves around following hypothesis :- </li></ul><ul><li>H0- Education-Job mismatch has no effect on Employee’s Job Satisfaction </li></ul><ul><li>H1- Education-Job mismatch has effect on Employee’s Job Satisfaction </li></ul>Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction
  11. 12. Hypothesis Model Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction Education-Job Mismatch Job Satisfaction P=0 INDEPENDENT VARIABLE DEPENDENT VARIABLE Diagram: Schematic Diagram of Hypothesis Ho Education-Job Mismatch Job Satisfaction P>0 INDEPENDENT VARIABLE DEPENDENT VARIABLE Diagram: Schematic Diagram of Hypothesis Ha1
  12. 13.   Research Methodology <ul><li>Research Design and Methods </li></ul><ul><li>Population and Sampling </li></ul>Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction
  13. 14. Frequency Distribution Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction Variable Description Frequency Gender Male 62 Female 31 Education ( No. of years) <=16 years 48 14 33 12 4 10 5 5 3 salaried income Per Month <=40k 12 31 to 40k 20 21 to 30k 33 10 to 20k 15 below 10k 13 Relationship Status Single 48 Married 38 Widower 4 Divorced 3 Career Stage Entry Level 35 Middle MGT 49 Top MGT 9 Type of Appointment Full time 85 Part time 8
  14. 15. Gender Frequency Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction
  15. 16. Data Entry Model Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction
  16. 17. Codebook Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction 1 2 3 4 5 Gender Male Female       Education 16 and above 14 12 10 5 Income Distribution 40k and above 31 to 40k 21 to 30k 10 to 20k Below 10k Relationship Status Single Married Widower Divorced Career Stage Entry Level Middle MGT Top Management   Type of Appointment Full time Part time
  17. 18. Data validation for Data Entry
  18. 19. Gender <ul><li>Mismatch in both Genders </li></ul><ul><li>Males are more Satisfied then Females </li></ul>Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction Variable Description % Job Mismatch Job Satisfaction Gender Male 67 % 3.56 3.01 Female 33 % 3.54 2.77
  19. 20. Education Higher education decrease job satisfaction if Mismatch Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction Variable Description % Job Mismatch Job Satisfaction Education (in years) <=16 years 51.61 3.53 2.89 14 35.48 3.51 2.95 12 4.30 3.00 3.15 10 5.38 3.80 3.08 5 3.23 3.30 2.69
  20. 21. Career Stage Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction Variable Description % Job Mismatch Job Satisfaction Career Stage Entry Level 37 % 3.51 2.96 Middle MGT 52 % 3.59 2.91 Top Management 11 % 3.51 2.93
  21. 22. Relationship Status Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction Variable Description % Job Mismatch Job Satisfaction Relationship Status Single 52 3.60 2.90 Married 41 3.51 3.01 Widower 4 3.42 3.40 Divorced 3 3.44 3.50
  22. 23. Salary Income Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction Variable Description % Job Mismatch Job Satisfaction Salary income pm <=40000 12.90 % 3.48 2.92 31 to 40000 21.51 % 3.61 2.98 21 to 30000 35.48 % 3.55 2.85 10 to 20000 16.13 % 3.56 2.93 below 10000 13.98 % 3.52 3.03
  23. 24. Appointment Type Part time jobs are a way to increase income not a career. So satisfaction is higher. Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction Variable Description % Job Mismatch Job Satisfaction Type of Appointment Full time 92 3.54 2.92 Part time 8 3.71 3.09
  24. 25. Summary of the Analysis Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction Variable Description Percentage Job Mismatch Job Satisfaction Gender Male 66.67 3.56 3.01 Female 33.33 3.54 2.77 Education ( No. of years) <=16 years 51.61 3.53 2.89 14 35.48 3.51 2.95 12 4.30 3.97 3.15 10 5.38 3.80 3.08 5 3.23 3.30 2.69 salaried income Per Month <=40000 12.90 3.48 2.92 31 to 40000 21.51 3.61 2.98 21 to 30000 35.48 3.55 2.85 10 to 200000 16.13 3.56 2.93 below 10000 13.98 3.52 3.03 Relationship Status Single 51.61 3.60 2.90 Married 40.86 3.51 3.01 Widower 4.30 3.42 3.40 Divorced 3.23 3.44 3.50 Career Stage Entry Level 37.63 3.51 2.96 Middle MGT 52.69 3.59 2.91 Top Management 9.68 3.51 2.93 Type ot Appointment Full time 91.40 3.54 2.92 Part time 8.60 3.71 3.09
  25. 26. Job Mismatch Summary Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction Variable Description Job Mismatch Gender Male 3.56 Female 3.54 Education ( No. of years) <=16 years 3.53 14 3.51 12 3.97 10 3.80 5 3.30 salaried income Per Month <=40k 3.48 31 to 40k 3.61 21 to 30k 3.55 10 to 20k 3.56 below 10k 3.52 Relationship Status Single 3.60 Married 3.51 Widower 3.42 Divorced 3.44 Career Stage Entry Level 3.51 Middle MGT 3.59 Top Management 3.51 Type ot Appointment Full time 3.54 Part time 3.71
  26. 27. Job Satisfaction Summary Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction Variable Description Job Satisfaction Gender Male 3.01 Female 2.77 Education ( No. of years) <=16 years 2.89 14 2.95 12 3.15 10 3.08 5 2.69 salaried income Per Month <=40k 2.92 31 to 40k 2.98 21 to 30k 2.85 10 to 20k 2.93 below 10k 3.03 Relationship Status Single 2.90 Married 3.01 Widower 3.40 Divorced 3.50 Career Stage Entry Level 2.96 Middle MGT 2.91 Top Management 2.93 Type ot Appointment Full time 2.92 Part time 3.09
  27. 28. Mismatch Vs Satisfaction Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction
  28. 29. Statistical Testing a. Predictors: Job-Mismatch b. Dependent Variable: Job Satisfaction Anova Regression Correlation F=Between groups variance/Within-Groups variance Mean Model R R Square Adjusted R Square Std. Error of the Estimate 1 .067(a) .005 -.021 .22603 Model Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. 1 Regression .018 2 .009 .175 .840(a) Residual 3.934 77 .051 Total 3.952 79 Job Satisfaction Mismatch Dependant Variable Pearson Correlation 1 .018 N 100 100 Independent Variable Pearson Correlation .018 1 Variable Mean Job Satisfaction 2.918 Job Mismatch 3.55
  29. 30. Hypothesis selection Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction <ul><li>This research paper evolves around following hypothesis :- </li></ul><ul><li>H0- Education-Job mismatch has no effect on Employee’s Job Satisfaction </li></ul><ul><li>Accepted </li></ul><ul><li>H1- Education-Job mismatch has effect on Employee’s Job Satisfaction </li></ul><ul><li>Rejected </li></ul>
  30. 31. Conclusion and Findings <ul><li>No significant correlations exist between Job mismatch and employee’s Job satisfaction. </li></ul><ul><ul><li>In Pakistan there would be certain other factors which contribute towards the enhancement of job satisfaction </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>It is not necessary that the research which gives positive results in other countries could be applicable in Pakistan as well . </li></ul></ul>Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction
  31. 32. Discussion Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction <ul><li>62Million people below poverty line </li></ul><ul><li>Poverty line means $1.5 per day </li></ul><ul><li>or PKR 120 per day. </li></ul><ul><li>Inflation rate 12.91% </li></ul><ul><li>Unemployment </li></ul><ul><li>Growth rate only 2% </li></ul><ul><li>Per capita income $1000. </li></ul>
  32. 33. Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction Questionnaire
  33. 34. Thanks Impact of Mismatch b/w Job & Academic Qualification on Job Satisfaction

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