Job Satisfaction Among Nigerian Hospital Pharmacists

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M. O. Afolobi


Job satisfaction as a psychological construct has been extensively researched on (1-4). These researchers usually locus on the level of satisfaction that people derive from their jobs, the aspects of jobs that are most satisfying and the consequences ol job dissatisfaction in both large and small pharmaceutical organisations. 

Studies on job satisfaction of American pharmacists showed the relevance of both intrinsic and extrinsic factors (5, 6). The intrinsic  factors derive from an individual's self-concept brought about by job Function while the extrinsic factors of job satisifaction are provided by the employer.

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Afolobi, M. O. (1999). Job Satisfaction Among Nigerian Hospital Pharmacists. The Nigerian Journal of Pharmacy, 30(2). Retrieved from