Brian Anderson
banderson@csm-institute.com
954-204-5428
"Improving the Day to Day of Athletic Healthcare"
C&U AT Stress Assessment 

​The following results are based on 638 C&U athletic trainers that have completed our AT Stress Survey.  We greatly appreciate all of those that took the time to participate.  Below are the results as of 11/18/14.


Stress Level by Classification:
Lowest Stress Score: 25 (Lower Score = Less Stress)
Highest Stress Score: 125

NCAA Div. I (FBS)       64.92
NCAA Div. I (FCS)       71.81
NCAA Div. I (No FB)    73.50
NCAA Div. II                 68.39
NCAA Div. III                69.21
NAIA                             69.89
CC / JC                         63.77
Average                        68.72

Stress Level by Job Satisfaction:
Lowest Stress Score: 25 (Lower Score = Less Stress)
Highest Stress Score: 125

Extremely Satisfied        48.05
Very Satisfied                56.73
Satisfied                         68.27
Not Satisfied                  81.34
Very Unsatisfied            88.88
Average                         68.72


Stress Level by Salary:
Lowest Stress Score: 25 (Lower Score = Less Stress)
Highest Stress Score: 125

$100,000+                    59.08
$90,000 - $99,999        65.17
$80,000 - $89,999        64.92
$70,000 - $79,999        68.21
$60,000 - $69,999        64.07
$50,000 - $59,999        67.50
$40,000 - $49,999        68.87
$30,000 - $39,999        71.17
$20,000 - $29,999        70.56
Less Than $20,000      68.92
Average                       68.72

Stress Level by Years of Experience:
Lowest Stress Score: 25 (Lower Score = Less Stress)
Highest Stress Score: 125

Less Than 5 Years        67.49
6 - 10 Years                  71.01
11 - 15 Years                68.18
16 - 20 Years                71.80
21 - 25 Years                66.24
26 - 30 Years                68.61
More Than 30 Years     65.48
Average                        68.72

Ranking of Indicators of Stress:
(Lowest Stress Levels to Highest)
Range 1 - 5 with lowest score = less stress

1.41 - Unhealthy Use of Alcohol / Drugs          
2.06 - Rigidly Applying Rules                            
2.20 - Negative Towards Coworkers                  
2.24 - Reoccurring Headaches                          
2.37 - Depend on Unreliable Funding Source    
2.44 - Chronically Dehydrated / Sick                 
2.45 - Dread Going to Work                              
2.50 - Feel Less Competent                               
2.57 - Job Require Monotonous Tasks             
2.60 - Lack of Social Outlet    
2.60 - Lack Clear Objectives                          
2.64 - Overweight                                             
2.76 - Easy to Anger 
2.82 - Lack Funds to Accomplish Objectives                                         
2.84 - Trouble Sleeping                                      
2.86 - Feeling Overwhelmed                             
2.86 - Counting Down Minutes / Days              
2.87 - Deny Breaks / Days Off    
2.89 - Job Require You to Wear Too Many Hats      
2.96 - Job Require You to Deal with Angry Clients (SA, Coaches, Etc.,)                
3.26 - Consider Yourself Unappreciated        
3.33 - Overload You with Work                      
3.49 - Feeling Tired Even with Sleep   
3.60 - Job Require You to Deal with Rapid Change          
4.02 - Job Pay Too Little                                


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