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Abdullahi Sabo

Department of Nursing Sciences, Maryam Abacha American University of Niger, Maradi, Nigeria

  • Research Article   
    Assessment of the intrinsic determinants of Nurses job satisfaction in Borno state, Nigeria
    Author(s): Hadiza Yahaya*, Abdullahi Sabo and Abigail Uchenna Emeloye

    Background: Job satisfaction is an essential driver of workforce productivity, especially in the nursing profession. As such, unfavourable work conditions could result in a shortage and poor work output of employees. Objectives: This study sought to investigate the influence of intrinsic factors on job satisfaction among nurses working in selected government hospitals in Borno State, Nigeria. Materials and methods: This quantitative descriptive cross-sectional design randomly (stratified) selected 399 participants (nurses) from a population of 695 nurses. A revised Nursing Work Index (NWI- R) questionnaire was adopted to collate data related to the job satisfaction of nurses. Data were analysed using Statistical Package for Social Science Version 23.0 Results: Of all the participants, 214.. Read More»

    DOI: 10.36648/1791- 809X.17.2.996

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