Teachers’ Gender Difference in Professional Awareness as Correlate of Job Satisfaction

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Chizoba L. Obikwelu, Eucharia Nchedo Aye, Iheanyi Osondu Obisike, Ntui Victor Ntui, Donatus Uchenna Ajibo, Chinedu Eugene Njere, Monic Chinonye Ugwuoke , Malachy Anselm Ezeah, Christian Joseph Ifeanyichukwu Mkpume, Theresa Olunwa Oforka


The study investigated teachers’ gender difference in professional awareness as correlate of job satisfaction among secondary school teachers in Rivers State of Nigeria. One research question and one null hypothesis were for the study. 3,460 was the study population. The sample consisted of 692 teachers who were selected through proportionate stratified random sampling technique based on gender distribution of the teachers in the population. Data was collated using questionnaire. Mean and standard deviation were used to answer the research question, while the t-test was used to test the hypothesis. The findings of the study revealed that gender in relation to professional awareness had no significant influence on the teachers’ job satisfaction.

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