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Interdisciplinary Exploration of the Impact of Job Stress on Teachers' Lives

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María de las Nieves Veloz Montano ,
María de las Nieves Veloz Montano

Centro Especializado en Servicios Educacionales, Municipio San Miguel del Padrón. La Habana, Cuba

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María de la Caridad González Martínez ,
María de la Caridad González Martínez

Dirección provincial de Educación de La Habana. La Habana, Cuba

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Leonardo Pérez Lemus ,
Leonardo Pérez Lemus

Dirección Municipal de Educación. Playa. La Habana, Cuba

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Abstract

Work stress is an increasingly frequent and growing phenomenon in today's society, where speed and impatience to constantly face new challenges and challenges in professional, family and social life prevail. In the world of work, responsibilities, constant transformations, making difficult decisions and the demands of technological development can be sources of stress for education professionals, which is why learning to identify work stressors, identifying the signs of stress, managing to prevent them and developing the right strategies for their management is becoming an increasingly important priority for both teachers and educational institutions due to the costs they entail. This article contextualizes the Cuban scenario where our teachers work, identifies the main causes of stress at work, the conflicts, the physical and emotional symptoms it brings with it and highlights the importance of self-care to maintain the quality of life of education workers and make the educational institution a healthy space. The research is based on the dialectical-materialistic approach, theoretical, empirical and mathematical statistical methods were used in the different stages of the study, and the bibliographic file technique was used for the critical study of the documents.

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Veloz Montano M de las N, González Martínez M de la C, Pérez Lemus L. Interdisciplinary Exploration of the Impact of Job Stress on Teachers’ Lives. Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation / Rehabilitacion Interdisciplinaria [Internet]. 2023 Aug. 27 [cited 2024 Jul. 15];3:57. Available from: https://ri.saludcyt.ar/index.php/ri/article/view/57

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