Examining the relationship between creativity and resilience in predicting nurses' job satisfaction during the Covid-۱۹ pandemic

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Objective: Unemployment is recognized as a fundamental problem in the society, especially among the graduates of the country's educational system. The aim of this research is to identify the factors preventing graduates from creating employment. Thus, this research aimed to explain the relationship between creativity and resilience in predicting nurses' job satisfaction during the coronavirus epidemic.Method: The statistical population comprises nurses living in Tabriz city. The sample was selected according to available sampling and ۲۲۸ people were counted using Cochran's formula. Ahvaz Hardiness Scale (۱۹۹۸), Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (۱۹۶۶) and Brayfield and Roth Job Satisfaction Scale (۱۹۵۱) where used to collect data. The data were analyzed using univariate and multivariate regression model.Results: The t-value for the fluidity, flexibility, originality, elaboration, and resilience, score is significant, (p<۰.۰۱) indicating the meaningful direct effect with Beta values of ۰.۳۲۲, ۰.۳۵۹, ۰.۵۱۱, ۰.۳۱۸, and -۰.۳۶۵, respectively.Conclusion: Creativity is associated with job satisfaction, and creativity development is a good predictor of job satisfaction, however, such a relationship is reversed for resilience, and resilience is a poor predictor of job satisfaction.Objective: Unemployment is recognized as a fundamental problem in the society, especially among the graduates of the country's educational system. The aim of this research is to identify the factors preventing graduates from creating employment. Thus, this research aimed to explain the relationship between creativity and resilience in predicting nurses' job satisfaction during the coronavirus epidemic. Method: The statistical population comprises nurses living in Tabriz city. The sample was selected according to available sampling and ۲۲۸ people were counted using Cochran's formula. Ahvaz Hardiness Scale (۱۹۹۸), Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (۱۹۶۶) and Brayfield and Roth Job Satisfaction Scale (۱۹۵۱) where used to collect data. The data were analyzed using univariate and multivariate regression model. Results: The t-value for the fluidity, flexibility, originality, elaboration, and resilience, score is significant, (p<۰.۰۱) indicating the meaningful direct effect with Beta values of ۰.۳۲۲, ۰.۳۵۹, ۰.۵۱۱, ۰.۳۱۸, and -۰.۳۶۵, respectively. Conclusion: Creativity is associated with job satisfaction, and creativity development is a good predictor of job satisfaction, however, such a relationship is reversed for resilience, and resilience is a poor predictor of job satisfaction.

Authors

Vahid Abdolmanafi

Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, Faculty of Educational Sciences and Psychology, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran

Sirvan Shami

Department of Psychology, Faculty of Humanities, Maragheh University, Maragheh, Iran

Ahmad Esmaili Koraneh

Department of Psychology, Faculty of Humanities, Maragheh University, Maragheh, Iran