The key resource for the achievement of institutional objectives and enhancement of high quality education are teachers. Well motivated and satisfied teachers cultivate the successful education system in the country. Thus, the present study attempts to observe the impact of motivation and experience on job satisfaction of teachers through the perspective of Herzberg’s ideology of employee motivation and job satisfaction by conducting the comparative study of both public and private sector universities in Karachi. The sample was purposively drawn from 300 teachers and the data was analyzed by using partial least squares - Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). Additionally, significant differences were found in the job satisfaction and motivation level among private and public university teachers. The presented findings embrace the implications for higher education institutions and HR practitioners.
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