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Vol -  11, Issue- 7 ,         Page(s) : 126 - 134  (2020 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH


Presently professionals are considered knowledge workers and what they bring to the world of work in terms of the knowledge and capability matters for the organizations in their aspiration to be more effective. It is important to keep the professionals happy and satisfied and also to ensure the quality of work life at the work place. Job satisfaction and quality of work life needs to be addressed positively to keep them motivated to contribute to the organizational development. Quality of Work Life has always attract of the researchers all time, as both the words ‘Quality’ and ‘Work life’ are necessary in the world and share a greater value to the organization. It is believed that they have a positive correlation but at times they are questioned because many factors affect their correlativity. The present study explore seeks to reside upon the relationship between satisfaction at work and the subsequent quality of life in the state of Rajasthan. The study is an experiment to understand the level of job satisfaction and its impact on quality of work life between the professionals in the state of Rajasthan. Further, the study depicts the outlook across five different professional groups of employees working in various organisations in the state. The study leads to the conclusion that although the professionals in the state of Rajasthan have an above average level of job satisfaction as well as quality of life, still there is scope for enhancement and hence the study proposes that organizations can take certain steps to develop the job satisfaction which in turn will also increase the quality of life employed by the professionals.

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