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International Journal of Emotional Psychology and Sport Ethics

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Level Of Teachers' Job Satisfaction In Ogun State Secondary Schools

JO Adetayo

Abstract




The study determined the level of job satisfaction among Secondary school teachers in Ogun State. Four research questions were raised to guide the study. The descriptive survey research method was used. Four hundred teachers were randomly selected to participate in the study from Ijebu-North and Ijebu-Ode Local Government Areas respectively. The researcher designed and validated Teachers' Job Satisfaction Questionnaire (TEJOSQ) was the only instrument used for data collection. The descriptive statistics, t-test of significance, analysis of variance and post-hoc analysis were used to analyze the data collected for the study. The outcome of the study revealed that majority of the teachers are presently satisfied with their teaching job and that the teachers differed significantly by gender, age group and qualification in their levels of job satisfaction. Hence, there is need for continuous effort by the government to ensure that policy that will promote better maintenance and improvement of satisfaction of teachers are put in place at all times in the state.

International Journal of Emotional Psychology and Sport Ethics Vol. 10 2008: pp. 208-216



http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ijepse.v10i1.38223
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