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THE IMPACT OF JOB SATISFACTION LEVELS ON THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF BLUE AND WHITE-COLLAR EMPLOYEES RECEIVING FOOD SERVICE
Damla Sinem Bozan and Beril Köse*
This study was carried out to examine the effect of job satisfaction and their nutritional status levels of blue and white collar employees. This study was conducted with 138 adult male employees (69 blue collar-69 white collar) between the ages of 18-64 working in a private company. The survey form of the research consists of a form containing questions to determine the general information and anthropometric measurements of individuals, Job Satisfaction Scale (JSS), Healthy Eating Index-2010 (HEI-2010) and Food Consumption Frequency form. %8,7 of white-collar individuals are obese and ,1 of blue-collar individuals are obese. A statistically significant difference was observed between the staff status of the individuals and their daily energy intake averages (p<0.05). A statistically significant difference was observed between the staff status of the individuals and the daily carbohydrate, protein and fat consumption averages (p<0.05). While %59,4 of white-collar individuals experience job satisfaction, %7,2 experience job dissatisfaction. For blue-collar workers, these rates were respectively %46,4 and %2,9. There is no statistically significant difference was observed between the job satisfaction scale scores of the employees and their staff status (p>0.05). A statistically significant difference was observed between the slightly obese blue-collar and white-collar individuals and the job satisfaction scale mean score (p<0.05). There was no statistically significant difference between diet quality score classification and staff status (p>0.05). As a conclusion, ?t has been determined that white-collar employees have higher job satisfaction levels than blue-collar employees, but there is no significant relationship between these levels and HEI scores.[Full Text Article]