Ashiwere, Isaac Obogo; Obi, Mathias Bebia & Okaba, Lydia Agbo
This study aimed to investigate the relationship between emotion regulation, alleged global stress and job satisfaction by taking into account the changes due to aging. Survey method was used to collect data on measures of job satisfaction, emotion regulation, and stress. Data were analyzed by using simple linear regression. Findings show that emotion regulation is correlated with decreased stress and increased job satisfaction of biology teachers, and stress in life do not necessarily need to be workrelated to decrease job satisfaction. Emotion regulation has high tendency in older biology teachers, and emotion regulation is related with job satisfaction only in older biology teachers, but not in younger biology teachers.