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International Journal of Home Science

2020, VOL. 6 ISSUE 1, PART F

Stress assessment of employed and unemployed graduates

Author(s): Sanyogita Deshmukh
Everyone is living stressful life, has effect on mental, physical and emotional behaviour and hamper the quality of life. The study was conducted with the specific objectives as to assess the stress and symptoms and the wellness of employed and unemployed graduates. A sample of 300 graduates was surveyed. Among them 150 employed working in the bank and Zillah Parishad office and 150 unemployed graduates from the Amravati city of Maharashtra. Questionnaire was prepared to collect data regarding socio demographic characteristics and symptoms of stress. The Ardell wellness stress test was used to measure stress and wellness of respondents. The employed respondents were observed in middle age while the unemployed were in younger age group. The maximum respondents were female in both the category. Social media groups were the popular in employed as well as unemployed respondents. The frequency of symptoms observed every day in a month was warning for both respondents. Very few were reported no experience of symptoms of stress. Maximum were experiencing severe problems in dealing with stress.
Pages: 356-358  |  34 Views  5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sanyogita Deshmukh. Stress assessment of employed and unemployed graduates. International Journal of Home Science. 2020; 6(1): 356-358.
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