미용사의 직무스트레스와 만성피로와의 관련성
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- This study was to identify the relations between chronic fatigue and job stress of hairdressers who work for hair salons in Gwangju. For the purpose, we selected 600 hairdressers using a convenient sampling. We interviewed them with a use of a questionnaire, which was composed of questions on general characteristics, job related factors, heath behavior factors, musculoskeletal symptom, chronic fatigue, job stress, and depression. We used t-test, ANOVA, Pearson's Correlation, and multiple regression analysis to analyse the data obtained, and the results were presented as follows:
The variables that had significant relations with chronic fatigue in the univariate statistical analysis include: general characteristics of age and monthly income; heath behavior factors of regularity of meals, exercise, past experiences of injuries, and current health conditions; job factors of positions, job satisfaction, average working hours, and relationship with superiors and co-workers; frequencies of musculoskeletal symptom and continuance, depression levels, and job stress.
As a result of the multi-regression analysis, the following results were obtained: of the job stress factors, as job control increases, chronic fatigue decreases significantly(p<0.05). The subjects who had irregular meals(p<0.01), those who answered that they had diseases in respect to their health recognition(p<0.05), and those who had low level of depression(p<0.001) had significantly higher chronic fatigue. In respect to job factors, the subjects who answered they want to change their jobs(p<0.05), and those who answered they are not satisfied with relationship with co-workers (p<0.05) had significantly higher chronic fatigue. Explanatory power of such variables was 24.7%. Age, exercise, past experiences of injuries, positions, average working hours, frequencies of musculoskeletal symptom and continuance that had significant relations with chronic fatigue in the univariate statistical analysis showed no significant relations with chronic fatigue.
In conclusion, as job stress of hairdressers had strong relations with chronic fatigue, it was suggested that stress should be properly controlled.
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