Mediating Role Of Socialization Towards Relationship Between Personality And Job Satisfaction

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Muhammad Akram Naseem
Ying Wang
Huanping Zhang
Fizzah Malik


Job Satisfaction, Personality, Socialization


This research aims to explore the mediating effect of socialization on the relationship between personality and job satisfaction. Furthermore, to explore which personality traits can serve as predictors towards job satisfaction, targeting the bank branch managers in Pakistan by questionnaire in this Cross Section study. From the analysis, we found: (1) socialization has a mediating effect on the relationship between personality and job satisfaction, (2) Among five factors of Personality, Extraversion, Conscientiousness and Neuroticism are found to be significant predictors to determine Job Satisfaction. In conclusion, this research discusses the theoretical and practical connotations of the research results and proposed recommendations for follow-up studies.


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