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JOB SATISFACTION AND ANXIETY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN ADO EKITI, EKITI STATE  

Dr. Olubukola Ajayi Dr. Samuel O., Oke Dr. Tafida A., Musa  

Journal Title:International Journal of Medical Studies
Abstract


This study examined job satisfaction and anxiety among secondary school teachers in Ado − Ekiti, Ekiti State Nigeria. Two hundred teachers were randomly selected for the study. Five hypotheses were tested, result showed a significant negative relationship between job satisfaction and anxiety among secondary school teachers (r (198) =0.142, P >.05). It was also found out that there is no significant differences between male and female secondary school teachers in levels of job satisfaction (F (1, 196) =0.01, P>.05). Result also indicated that there is no differences between married and single secondary school teachers in levels of job satisfaction (F (1,196) = 1.13, P>.05). It was also found out that there is no significant differences between male and female secondary school teachers in levels of anxiety (F(1196)=0.02, P>.05). The study also revealed that there is no significant difference between married and single secondary school teachers in levels of anxiety. The implications of these findings were discussed and recommendations were suggested. KEYWORDS: Facial plexiform neurofibromatosis, Neurofibromatosis type 1, Ketotifen hydrogen fumarate.  

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