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Abstract: This paper aims to investigate the important factors affecting job satisfaction and motivation of teachers in college. The statistical population of this study includes 67 teachers at Zhejiang University of Science and Technology who have answered the questionnaire. The results of the study show the group of people whose age is above 46 show greater levels of job satisfaction and factors such as work experience have an impact on job satisfaction. Furthermore, we figure out the most essential factor is an increase in the teachers and professors salary. The study also showed that teachers are satisfied with work conditions and have identified that they need to raise their teaching level by further studies. According to the further analysis, a strict evaluation system does not give a suitable result in improving motivation.
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