Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln


Date of this Version

Summer 5-9-2023

Document Type



This study aimed to determine the effect of work-life balance and technostress creators on the psychological well-being of librarians in the Province of South Cotabato. This study used a non-experimental quantitative research design using descriptive correlational analysis. The questionnaires utilized in the research were adjusted to the goals of the investigation. The researcher polled a total of 83 librarians who were chosen through stratified sampling. The statistical techniques used to analyze and interpret the data are mean and Pearson's r. The researcher used google forms, an online survey tool, to gather the relevant data. The findings revealed that work-life balance, technostress creators, and psychological well-being were all moderately high among librarians. Findings revealed no significant relationship between technostress creators and psychological well-being and work-life balance and psychological well-being. Implications of the results are presented.