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Job Satisfaction Of Software Professionals: A Study In Bangalore City

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People work efficiently, if they are satisfied with their work and job. As such, job satisfaction is significant to increase efficiency and productivity in every organization. Job Satisfaction depends on different factors such as physical environment, working conditions, safety, promotions, financial rewards, etc. The present study was conducted to know about the job satisfaction of software professionals working in software companies in Bangalore city. Questionnaires were given to total 400 software professionals and total 345 respondents were returned filled-in questionnaires. It was found that financial rewards and working conditions need to be improved. Hence, it is suggested to improve financial rewards, reduce the repetitive work, etc.
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