The job satisfaction of female workers working
in the public school system in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan,
is examined in this study article. The study offers a
thorough grasp of the problem by concentrating on 54
Government Girls High Schools in the district and
randomly choosing 270 instructors from each school to
participate in the survey using questionnaires. According
to the study's findings, female teachers at Lahore's public
schools often have very positive feelings about their work.
It is clear from a thorough review of the questionnaire
responses that these educators find happiness and
fulfillment in their professional duties and responsibilities.
The descriptive aspect of the study provides useful
insights into the numerous elements influencing the high
levels of work satisfaction reported by female instructors.
Female teachers who are happy in their jobs are more
likely to be motivated, dedicated, involved in what they do,
which improves student learning outcomes and boosts
organizational performance. In conclusion, this study
considerably advances our knowledge of female teachers'
work satisfaction in the public school system in Lahore,
Punjab, Pakistan. The fact that these educators reported
high levels of job satisfaction highlights the value of
creating an atmosphere that is both encouraging and
empowering in order to maintain the expansion and
success of the education sector. As a result, more study
and focused activities may build on these results to
encourage work satisfaction among female teachers,
helping to advance the region's educational system as a
Keywords : Job Satisfaction, Working Women, Government Education Sector, Gender Disparities, Employee Well-being.