Influence of job satisfaction on job performance: A study of teacher librarians in Delta State of Nigeria

  • Violet Elohor Ikolo
Keywords: Job, Satisfaction, Performance, Teacher, Librarians


The study investigated the influence of job satisfaction on performance of teacher librarians in Delta State, Nigeria. This study adopted the descriptive survey design. The population of this study consisted of all the teacher librarians employed in 20 selected private secondary schools with libraries spread across Delta State. The study employed the total enumeration sampling technique. Thus, the entire population of 89 teachers from the selected 20 private secondary schools was used for the study. The instrument that was used in collecting data is the questionnaire and data collected were analyzed using descriptive statistics of frequency counts, percentage and Pearson‟s Product Moment Correlation. The study revealed that teacher librarians were not satisfied with their pay and promotion opportunities. However, they were found to be satisfied with the type of work they carry out daily. The study also showed that job satisfaction has a significant influence on job performance of teacher librarians.

Keywords: Job, Satisfaction, Performance, Teacher, Librarians


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