The Social Sciences

Year: 2009
Volume: 4
Issue: 2
Page No. 154 - 157

Gender, Self-Concept and Occupational Status Differentials in Occupational Stress among Bank Workers in Lagos State

Authors : Eunice Modupe Hassan

Abstract: >The study investigated the determinants of occupational stress using gender, self-concept and occupational status as factors. Survey research design was adopted. Sample comprised 100 Bank workers randomly selected from Lagos state, Nigeria. Job Situation Questionnaire (JSQ) was used. Three hypotheses were tested while the student t-test was used for data analysis. Results tested at 0.05 level of significance indicated no significant difference in occupational stress of male and female bank workers and in the research of workers of different occupational status. However, significant difference exists between workers with high self-concept and those with low self-concept. Conclusively, stress effects are greatest among service staff at the bottom of the hierarchy, with least participation in decision-making.

How to cite this article:

Eunice Modupe Hassan , 2009. Gender, Self-Concept and Occupational Status Differentials in Occupational Stress among Bank Workers in Lagos State. The Social Sciences, 4: 154-157.

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