Degree of Your Job Stress

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20 Questions - Developed by: David Chow - Developed on: - 9.833 taken

Instructions: Rate each of the following items in terms of how often the symptom is true for you during the last three months.

  • 1
    I feel little enthusiasm for doing my job.
  • 2
    I feel tired even with adequate sleep.
  • 3
    I feel frustrated in carrying out my responsibilities at work.
  • 4
    I am moody, irritable, or impatient over small inconveniences.
  • 5
    I want to withdraw from the constant demands on my time and energy.
  • 6
    I feel negative, futile, or depressed about my job.
  • 7
    My decision-making ability seems less than usual.
  • 8
    I think that I am not as efficient as I should be.
  • 9
    The quality of my work is less than it should be.
  • 10
    I feel physically, emotionally or spiritually depleted.
  • 11
    My resistance to illness is lowered.
  • 12
    My interest in sex is lowered.
  • 13
    I am eating more or less, drinking more coffee, tea, or sodas, smoking more cigarettes, or using more alcohol or drugs in order to cope with my job.
  • 14
    I am feeling emotionally callous (indifferent) to the problems and needs of others.
  • 15
    My communication with my boss, co-workers, friends, or family seems strained.
  • 16
    I am forgetful.
  • 17
    I am having difficulty concentrating.
  • 18
    I am easily bored.
  • 19
    I feel a sense of dissatisfaction, of something wrong or missing.
  • 20
    When I ask myself why I get up and go to work, the only answer that occurs is “my paycheck.”

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