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This research aims to develop and verify the consistency of the relationship model. The causal factors of variables that influence teachers' job satisfaction in the eastern region Developed with empirical data Collected data from 564 teachers in Chanthaburi and Sa Kaeo Province using simple random sampling The instrument used is a questionnaire, 1 version, 3 episodes, with reliability. Reliability is 0.94, 0.85, 0.93 respectively. Check the consistency of the causal relationship model by statistics, test, path analysis The research results show that The causal relationship model developed in accordance with empirical data, where organizational commitment directly positively impacts job satisfaction and organizational context recognition, has a direct and indirect positive effect on Job satisfaction With the commitment to the organization and the perception of the organization's context can together predict 85 percent of job satisfaction
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