Impact of Job Satisfaction on the Performance of Teachers in Secondary Schools in FCT, Abuja
This study looked into the Impact of Job Satisfaction on the Performance of Teachers in Secondary Schools in FCT. The overarching aim of the study was to determine how teachers’ performance is connected to the satisfaction derived on the job. Three research questions guided this study, the descriptive research design was adopted. The population of the study consisted of 1500 teachers, the simple random sampling technique was used to select a sample of 200 teachers, stratified along male and female. Instrument used for data collection was researcher-developed questionnaire titled “Impact of Job Satisfaction on the Performance of Teachers Questionnaire (IJSPFQ)” Data collected was analysed using mean and standard deviation. Findings revealed that the satisfaction level of teachers is less than desired, it was concluded that happy teachers are always motivated to work. It was recommended that school management should pay attention to motivating teachers, through pay rise, promotions, and trainings.