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Contemporary Issues in Education Research, v3 n10 p51-56 Oct 2010

The study investigated the level of job satisfaction of male and female administrative staff in South West Nigeria Universities. The research design used was a descriptive survey type. The population consisted of all the senior administrative staff in the universities, out of which a sample of 400 respondents made up of 100 respondents from each of the state and federal universities. Two research questions were raised while one hypothesis was generated and tested at 0.05 level of significance, using t-test statistical method. The result of the analysis showed that the level of job satisfaction of administrative staff in both federal and state universities was high. It was also revealed that there was no significant difference in the job satisfaction of administrative staff in the universities. It was revealed that there was significant difference in the job satisfaction of male and female administrative staff in the universities. Based on this findings, it was recommended that the university management should provide more motivational factors that would sustain the tempo of the workers. Also, the university management should design a programme that would make the female workers satisfied value and their work like their male counterparts. So that educational goals would be achieved.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Job Satisfaction, Gender Differences, Administrators, Surveys, Labor Turnover, College Administration, School Policy, Hypothesis Testing, Questionnaires, Statistical Analysis

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Author: Olorunsola, E. O.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3690&id=EJ1072659







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