The purpose of this study was to examine: a) the level of job satisfaction experienced by a sample of Greek physical education teachers and b) educational level differences on job satisfaction of physical education teachers' in Greece. The sample consisted of four hundred and thirty seven full-time Greek physical education teachers, two hundred and nine from primary and two hundred and thirty from secondary public schools. To measure job satisfaction the Employee Satisfaction Inventory was used (Koustelios, 1991; Koustelios & Bagiatis, 1997). The results of this study suggest that physical education teachers were in generally satisfied from their job. Discriminant analysis revealed that job satisfaction from “working conditions”, “pay” and “job itself” alter in primary and secondary physical education teachers.
Job Satisfaction; Primary school; Secondary school; Physical Education Teachers