A Study on the Current Situation of Job Satisfaction of Teachers in Higher Medical Schools and Strategies
The job satisfaction of teachers in higher medical schools affects their work enthusiasm and effectiveness and the development of medical schools. Teachers' job satisfaction is related to their salary, performance appraisal system, work environment, etc. If teachers are not too satisfied with their work, then teachers will put dissatisfaction into the teaching process of education work, which will affect the progress of education work and create a sense of burnout that There is even a tendency to leave the profession. Therefore, higher medical schools should actively improve teachers' working environment, improve their treatment, increase their motivation and improve their job satisfaction.
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