Exploring Secondary School Teachers' Work-Related Depression, Anxiety and Irritation
Author(s) : Muhammad Tahir Khan Farooqi , Khalid Saleem Kiran Farzand & Abdul Shakoor
Teachers’ workload and official responsibilities affect their classroom behavior along with their teaching performance. The major purport of the study wasto explore secondary school teachers’ work-related depression, anxiety,and irritation.The population of the study constituted of secondary school teachers from fourconveniently selected districts of Punjab. The researcher adopteda questionnaire to collect data about work-related depression, anxiety, and irritation faced by secondary school teachers. The results revealed that work-related depression, anxiety, and irritation regarding qualifications are not significantly different among respondents. It was concluded that respondents were not significantly different in their work-related depression and anxiety in four levels of teaching.
Keywords: Teachers' work-related environment, Depression, Anxiety, Irritation