عنوان مقاله [English]
Abstract Aim: The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of job stress and work locus of control on job satisfaction of Tehran emergency first responders. Methods: In this study Correlational research method was used and 160 members of Tehran emergency first responders were selected through multi-stage cluster sampling method. To collect data three questionnaires including: self-reported job stress questionnaire, Spector work locus of control questionnaire and job satisfaction questionnaire were used. Results:The results of this study showed there is negative significant relationship between job stress and job satisfaction. In addition, findings showed that there are significant positive and negative correlation relationships between internal and external locus of control and job satisfaction respectively. Furthermore, stepwise regression analysis showed the subscales of external locus of control, role, internal locus of control, communication and supervisors could estimate 54 percent of the variance in job satisfaction. Conclusion: According to this study, job satisfaction can be estimated on the basis of two effective factors of job stress and work locus of control.