Impact Of Job Satisfaction On Mental Health (Depression And Anxiety): Mediating Role Of Organizational Commitment

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Waleed Akbar Marwat, Dr. Lalarukh, Neelam Akbar, Dr. Nazim Ali, Muhammad kamran khan


The objective of this study was to examine the relationship between job satisfaction (JS), mental health (MH), and organizational commitment (OC), as well as to test the mediating effect of OC in the relationship between JS and MH among nurses employed in government hospitals of district Mardan, Swat, and Peshawar located in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Data were collected from 413 nurses by administering a questionnaire that was composed of OC Scale, Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire and Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale. Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) and Amos were used for data analysis. The results of correlation showed that JS has a significant relationship with MH and OC. Likewise, OC and MH showed a significant positive relationship. Confirmatory factor analysis confirmed the partial mediating effect of OC on the relationship between JS and MH among nurses.

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