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JRCRS. 2017; 5(2): 48-52


Comparison of Satisfaction Level with Selected Profession among Medical and Non Medical Students

Misbah Marryam; Swaiba Arshad Amina Altaf.

Abstract
Background: Satisfaction with selected profession is a major factor responsible for achieving excellence in the field.
Objective: The purpose of this study was to compare the satisfaction level with selected profession among medical and non medical students of Riphah International University.
Methodology: A comparative cross sectional study was conducted in Riphah International University from Jan 2017 to March 2017. 800 students were selected by using non probability convenient sampling who met the inclusion criteria. Inclusion criteria consisted of undergraduate students with age bracket 22-26 years, both medical and non medical students, students of both gender, students of final year. All those students who were working part time or on daily wages were excluded from the study. Data collection was done by a specifically designed questionnaire. Data analysis was done by SPSS 20.
Results: Mean age of participants in the study was 21.80±2.00 years.Satisfaction level was found to be higher in medical students as P value

Key words: Medical Students;Riphah International University;Satisfaction level;University Students



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