This study investigates the relationship between change fatigue and job satisfaction. It also aims to test the moderator role of gender and experience in this relationship. To this end, we conducted an online data collection procedure during the 2020-2021 academic year. Participants were recruited through convenient sampling and they were working in different parts of Turkey. 379 teachers participated in the study voluntarily. PROCESS macro was used to test the moderator role of gender and experience. The findings showed that change fatigue and job satisfaction was negatively correlated. While gender moderated the relationship between change fatigue and job satisfaction, the experience did not. The findings were discussed based on the previous literature and some suggestions were presented.
Recommended CitationLimon, İbrahim; Dilekçi, Ümit; and Sipahioğlu, Mete. (2021). The Relationship between Change Fatigue and Job Satisfaction of Teachers: Gender and Experience as Moderators. i.e.: inquiry in education: Vol. 13: Iss. 2, Article 5.
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