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Article Published In Vol.5 (May-June-2017)

View of Earnings and Employee Status: What Differences Burnout Inclusion Teacher Are

Author : Prof. Dr. Yufiarti, M.Psi and Syaiful Rachman, S.Psi

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The research aimed to find the differences burnout inclusion teacher based on earnings and employee status. This research used quantitative approach. This type of research was comparative research which compared two variables. A sampling technique of this research was random sampling. The samples are 69 respondents inclusion teacher at Duren Sawit District. The research scale was adapted by Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) that contains 25 items in the three dimensions. Those dimensions are emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal achievement. Data analysis techniques of this research were independent sample t-test and variance analysis with SPSS 16 version. The result of this research shows that there are significant difference burnout inclusion teachers based on earnings and employee status. This research is useful for government in educational policy to increase the inclusion teacher’s incentive.

Keywords: Earnings, Employee Status, Burnout, Inclusion Teacher, Jak

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