Occupational stress in female academic staff working in private and public universities

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Maha Abdul Moniem Mohammed El Amin
Purna Singh A

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The present study was aimed to compare occupational stress between female academic staff working in private and public universities. The sampling frame for the study comprised 1523 full-time female academic staff working at both public and private universities at Khartoum State. Gumaa Said Yousif (2004) was used to measure occupational stress. There is no significant difference in occupational stress between female academic staff who works in private or public university. There is a significant difference between female academic staff working in public and private universities. It has been concluded that female academic staff working in private universities are vulnerable to burnout in the emotional exhaustion dimension.

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Amin MA, A P. Occupational stress in female academic staff working in private and public universities. IJPBR [Internet]. 31Dec.2015 [cited 4Jul.2020];3(04):25-7. Available from: http://ijpbr.in/index.php/IJPBR/article/view/879
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