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The present study was carried out to examine the impact of self-efficacy on job stress in teachers besides finding out the differences on self-efficacy and job stress in terms of marital status. The sample of the study was consisted of (N = 203) teachers (married = 115 and unmarried = 88). Teacher’s self-efficacy scale and job stress scale were used for data collection through purposive sampling technique. Linear regression analysis revealed that teacher’s self-efficacy was the significant negative predictor of job stress. Results further demonstrated that unmarried teachers scored significantly higher on job stress, whereas non-significant differences were found on self-efficacy regarding marital status. Findings of this study showed that teachers’ job stress can be reduced though building up skills in them to monitor their stress levels. Certain limitations of the current study have also been discussed.
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