The purpose of this study was to determine the job satisfaction level of the Technology Teacher Education Graduates (TTE) of College of Technology. Specifically, it sought to find out job satisfaction level of Technology Teacher Education graduates of about 63 percent of the whole population from batch 2000 to batch 2004. The study made use of a correlation method of research. The participants were the employed, under employed and entrepreneurial Technology Education graduates. The purposive sampling was used in gathering the participants. Findings revealed that there is a significant relationship between job satisfaction and work-related factors such as: promotion opportunities and recognition. In contrast, there is no significant relationship between job satisfaction and work-related factors like: pay, stress, job security, fellow workers, company policy and support, attitude toward job, realization of expectation, and achievement.
The researcher concluded that the promotion opportunities and recognition work related factors have a significant relationship to the overall job satisfaction of the TTE graduates in the college of technology. Therefore when these two factors are met their satisfaction level will increase.