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This study examined the relationship between job resources (JR) and Work engagement (WE) among business educators in public universities in South-South, Nigeria. The participants for the study were 142 business educators in 12 public universities in, South-South, Nigeria. The authors of the study applied Pearson’s correlation and simple linear regression for the data analyses. The findings showed that JR dimensions (that is, variety of skills utilization, colleagues/heads of department support, job autonomy, performance feedback and career development opportunities) have significant and positive relationships with WE dimensions (that is, cognitive engagement, emotional engagement and physical engagement). The findings suggest that JR dimensions will increase WE dimensions among business educators in public universities in South-South, Nigeria. The findings further offer some practical implications for university administrators and business educators.

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Business educators job resources dimensions public universities south-south Nigeria work engagement dimensions

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Edopkolor, J. E., & Imeokparia, P. O. (2023). Job Resources-Engagement Relationship Among Business Educators In Universities In South-South, Nigeria. Benin Journal of Educational Studies, 28(1), 101–112. Retrieved from http://beninjes.com/index.php/bjes/article/view/102