Health status and stress of employed students


  • Tengiz Verulava Medicine and Healthcare Management School, Caucasus University
  • Ani Jilbordi სოციალურ და პოლიტიკურ მეცნიერებათა ფაკულტეტი. ივანე ჯავახიშვილის სახელობის თბილისის სახელმწიფო უნივერსიტეტი


sleep disturbance, stress, Student's employment


Introduction: This work studies the health and stress of students, who work in super-markets and food objects. The work focuses on students' problems related to their job and general load schedule. Considered: sleep, study, work schedule, and health problems. Methodology: The method used a quantitative research method technique - questioning. Sampling Method: snowball. Result of research 50 respondents were interviewed. Results, Discussion: Most students choose simple jobs that do not require specialized skills. This indicates that the student's employment is mainly related to receiving income and does not help to gain experience. Difficulties for employed students constitute work and learning combinations, large loading of non-teaching activities, disturbs students from engaging in the learning process. Sleep disturbance have a negative affects the health and mental condition of students. Conclusions and Recommendations: Conclusions received from the research are a source of information for universities, governmental and non-governmental organizations which are involved in the development of student employment support policies.


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Verulava, T., & Jilbordi, A. (2018). Health status and stress of employed students . Health Policy, Economics and Sociology, 2. Retrieved from

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