JOB STRESS MEASURE
Judge, T. A., Boudreau, J. W., & Bretz, R. D. (1994). Job and life attitudes of male executives. Journal of Applied Psychology, 79, 767-782.
INSTRUCTIONS: Indicate the extent to which each of the items below produces stress at work for you:
1=produces no stress
2=produces little stress
3=produces some stress
4=produces quite a bit of stress
5=produces a great deal of stress
1. _____ The number of projects and/or assignments I have.
2. _____ The amount of time I spend at work.
3. _____ The amount of time I spend in meetings.
4. _____ The number of phone calls and office visits I have during the day.
5. _____ The degree to which politics rather than performance affects
6. _____ The inability to clearly understand what is expected of me on the job.
7. _____ The volume of work that must be accomplished in the allotted time.
8. _____ The extent to which my position presents me with conflicting demands.
9. _____ The amount of red tape I need to go through to get my job done.
10. _____ The time pressures I experience.
11. _____ The lack of job security I have.
12. _____ The amount of responsibility I have.
13. _____ The scope of responsibilities my position entails.
14. _____ The degree to which my career seems "stalled."
15. _____ The opportunities for career development I have had.
16. _____ The amount of traveling I must do.