WORK STRESS ACCORDING TO THE COMPARATIVE EXAMINATION OF THE PROFESSIONAL STAFF OF HUNGARIAN CUSTOMS AND FINANCE GUARD AND THE TEACHING STAFF OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF SECURITY FORCES

TitleWORK STRESS ACCORDING TO THE COMPARATIVE EXAMINATION OF THE PROFESSIONAL STAFF OF HUNGARIAN CUSTOMS AND FINANCE GUARD AND THE TEACHING STAFF OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF SECURITY FORCES
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsHidvegi, P, Racsko, R
JournalProblems of Education in the 21st Century
Volume53
Start Page40-50
Date PublishedApril/2013
Type of ArticleOriginal article
ISSN1822-7864
Other NumbersICID: 1046366
Keywordscomparative study, stress
Abstract

In people’s life their job takes a very important place which cuts across exist outside of work as a whole. The health status of the Hungarian population is among the worst in Europe. High mortality and morbidity rates of non-infectious diseases are mainly due to lifestyle factors, and job stress is a significant risk factor. Being an officer of the Customs and Finance Guard is a specific profession, the job stress is significant. If our aim is prevention, we have to start by evaluating the health status of the vulnerable population, and intervention can be designed in view of the results.
Aim: A national context to explore about the customs and finance guard and teachers of police training colleges their stress level, and their chance of their advancement In view of the result, we would like to develop a health promoting project for this population with special profession.
Sample: The study population consisted of 122 employees who have been working for the Hungarian Customs and Finance Guard for more than one year, 481 workers who have been employees of the Hungarian Customs and Finance Guard for less than a year, and 99 teachers of law enforcement schools.
We used an impersonal style should be used self-report questionnaires for evaluation.
The job stress questionnaire showed that the stress level of officers was significantly higher than that of teachers.
The vulnerability of officers of the Hungarian Customs and Finance Guard is significantly higher than that of teachers, therefore, it is imperative to accomplish a health promoting project and burnout intervention.

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