CORRELATE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT AND JOB SATISFACTION IN EDUCATIONAL SECTOR IN NIGERIA

Adeoye Abayomi Olanrewaju, Elegunde Ayobami Folarin

Abstract


This study focused on the relationship between Manpower development and Job satisfaction in the educational sector in Nigeria. Survey research design was employed and Simple random sampling technique (probabilistic technique) was used to select the sample size from the respondents. A total of 120 respondents were selected from the population in which 100 responses were accurate and found analyzable for this research. Questionnaire was used to collect the data from the respondents, and the data collected were subjected to Pearson Product Moment correlation and Regression analytical methods. These were employed to show the existence of relationship between manpower development and job satisfaction. The study revealed that there is a positive and significant relationship between manpower development and job satisfaction. The correlation coefficient is 0.742 which indicate a strong relationship between the two variables and also R2 value of 0.551 explains that 55.1% of the variability in the dependent variable can be explained by independent variable. The study concluded that manpower planning should be given priority in the study area so as to enhance the productivity of the employees thus increase their job satisfaction.

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