The Differences of Years of Teaching Experience on Teacher Burnout, Job Satisfaction, Life Satisfaction and Intention to Quit the Profession
The purpose of this study is to investigate the differences of a group of teaching experience in Thai vocational teachers with six variables: emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, personal accomplishment, job satisfaction, life satisfaction, and intention to quit the profession. The data was collected from 510 vocational teachers in five areas: north, northeast, south, east and metropolitan. Sample criteria selection was the stratified random sampling technique. One-way analysis of variance was used to explore the differences between the years of teaching experience group. The results showed that there were three variables: emotional exhaustion, life satisfaction and intention to quit the profession had differences among groups of years of teaching experience.
Keywords - Teaching Experience, Burnout, Job Satisfaction, Life Satisfaction, Intention to Quit the Profession