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    Title: The Difference in the Job Stress and Leisure Participation before and after Air Force Pilot becomes a Commercial Pilot.
    Authors: CHENG, YA-HUEI
    Contributors: 休閒與遊憩管理學系
    Keywords: Air Force Pilot;Commercial Pilot;Job Stress;Leisure Participation
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2017-09-13 15:57:55 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: Both air force and commercial pilots are high-risk workers having to bear the responsibility of flight safety. However, only few military and flight safety journals on flight personnel, and their responses to flight safety related questions, personality traits and intention to stay in previous studies. The primary purpose of this study is, under the precondition of prevention rather than examining flight safety, to study in depth the difference in job stress and leisure participation before and after an air force pilot changes job scope to be a commercial pilot; as well as the relationship between job stress and leisure participation.

    To analyse the difference in job stress and leisure participation before and after air force pilots change job scopes to become commercial pilots, this study used a quantitative survey targeted at pilots from various local aviation companies. 57 valid questionnaires are collected and the software of SPSS 12.0 are used to analysis data. According to the result of this research we discover that after air force pilots changed job scopes to become commercial pilots, they felt an increase in 2 key factors, namely "work loading" and "organizational climate"; and they suffered from the problem of jet lag. It was also found that job stress and leisure participation would vary depending on the job rank of the pilot. Furthermore, while facing job stress they would participate less in leisure activities.
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