The Social Sciences

Year: 2010
Volume: 5
Issue: 4
Page No. 276 - 279

Burnout, Empowerment and Job Satisfaction in Human Services: A Comparative and Correlational Study of Women

Authors : Nwabuoku , U. Chris and S.O. Adebayo

Abstract: This study was designed to investigate the influence of burnout syndrome and some job factors among women in the human services. A total of 190 subjects (95 female nurses and 95 female teachers) were randomly selected for the study. They were drawn from the government hospitals and schools in Ondo and Ekiti states. A questionnaire comprising three scales viz burnout, empowerment, job satisfaction and job involvement. Data were analysed using the t-Independent test analysis and the Pearson’s Product-Moment Correlation analysis. Results revealed that burnout syndrome, empowerment and job satisfaction have impact (individually and collectively) on attitude to work.

How to cite this article:

Nwabuoku , U. Chris and S.O. Adebayo, 2010. Burnout, Empowerment and Job Satisfaction in Human Services: A Comparative and Correlational Study of Women. The Social Sciences, 5: 276-279.

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