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This research was conducted to investigate relations between Islamic work ethics, comparative equity and love of money with job and payment satisfaction among teachers. The statistical sample was 617 teachers from five city including Yazd, Shahrekord, Lordegan, Isfahan and Kerman. The participants were selected using multi stage sampling to answer the research instruments. Research questionnaires used for assessment of variables were: Islamic work ethics (Ali & Al-Kazemi, 2007), love for money and comparative equity (Luna-Arocas &Li-Ping Tang, 2004), pay satisfaction and job satisfaction (Kim & Leung, 2007). Data were analyzed using Pearson’s correlation coefficient and moderated hierarchical regression. The obtained results revealed that after control for age, tenure, education, gender and marital status, from love of money dimensions, Islamic work ethics and comparative equity, budget (a dimension of love to money with b=0.19) and Islamic work ethics (b=0.119) have predictive power for job satisfaction. But for pay satisfaction after control for demographics variables, budget and evil (with b=-0.088 and 0.09 respectively) and comparative equity (b=0.567) have predictive power.