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Job Satisfaction and Attitude to Work of Cross River State College of Education Staff

MO Usani, JU Ushie, PMA Adadu

Abstract


This study investigated the relationship between job satisfaction and attitude to work of staff in Cross River State College of Education, Akamkpa. The study went on to find out the relationship between job satisfaction and attitude to work due to gender of Cross River State College of Education staff. Two  research questions were formulated. A questionnaire was constructed and  used for data collection. To answer the research questions two hundred and  ten (210) staff of the College sampled and used. A correlational design was used for the study. The data for the research questions were analysed using  correlation coefficient analysis. The findings of the study showed that job  satisfaction has low relationship with attitude to work. Also job satisfaction and attitude to work have low relationship as a result of male staff and moderate relationship as a result female staff. The implication of these findings is that any staff whose attitude to work has been changed should not be attributed to job satisfaction.



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