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Assessment of teacher librarian job satisfaction in the Federal Capital Territory FCT Abuja

Sa’adatu L. Sanusi, I.I. Ekoja, B.S. Aduku

Abstract


This study assessed job satisfaction of teacher librarians in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). The entire population of 164 teacher librarians from all secondary schools within the FCT was used. One objective and a hypothesis were formulated to guide this study. They were analysed using percentages represented on tables and graphically illustrations. Survey method was adopted in carrying out the study. Responses on the questionnaire were in line with five point Likert scale type rating and analyzed descriptively, the result of the study revealed that the teacher librarian have high level of job satisfaction with personnel interaction, in the area of institution and environmental factors as well as interpersonal relationship, there was however, no significant relationship between motivation and job satisfaction. It was recommended that the application of motivational factors for enhancing teacher librarian’s performance in FCT secondary schools should be maintained since it was found to increase their level of job satisfaction.




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