Socio-demographic Characteristics And Marital Satisfaction Among Non -teaching Staff Of A Nigerian
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Socio-demographic Characteristics And Marital Satisfaction Among Non -teaching Staff Of A Nigerian University
Marriage satisfaction is a factor that promotes the quality of life of those involved. Although marriage can be very fulfilling, not all married persons are satisfied with their marital union. This study was therefore conducted to determine the Marital Satisfaction (MS) experiences among the Non-Teaching Staff (NTS) of the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. A descriptive cross-sectional study was used for the study. A total of 344 NTS were purposively selected for the study. A semi-structured questionnaire with four sections comprising socio-demographic characteristics and level of MS. The level of MS was measured using into three domains. The three domains included sexual satisfaction, coDownloadViews: 90

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