"A Study on Career Satisfaction Dimensions of IT-Enabled Service Sectors (ITes) Employees across Years of Experience "


  • Mollimma Mathew




Career satisfaction is a product of the events and conditions that people experience on their jobs. The present research studies career satisfaction dimensions of ITES employees across years of experience. The career satisfaction dimensions are personal satisfaction, professional satisfaction, performance satisfaction, inherent satisfaction, career demand, career involvement and career prospects. The data was collected from 301 ITES employees working in Bangalore. The ANOVA result indicates that the respondents who have put in different years of experience have the same opinion on personal satisfaction, performance satisfaction, career demand, career involvement, career prospects and overall satisfaction. Respondents having more than 9 years of experience are more satisfied in their profession followed by those belween 6 and 9 years; less than 3 years and between 3 and 6 years