Sleep Quality of Employees in Jakarta
Pratikto, Wira Agung
Widayati, Kanthi Arum
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DKI Jakarta is a capital city of indonesia and it has became a megapolitan city. DKI Jakarta as a central of business and government also, so its citizens and workers have high activities. High activity is so frequently associated with sleep quality. Sleep is a condition when the brain does not process the information from sensory neurons and does not give the command to motor neurons. The aim of this research were to collect the data and to determine sleep quality of employees in Jakarta. In determining sleep quality, 295 subjects were measured with Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI). Present study shows that sleep quality of older employees better than younger. Statistical analysis indicates that there is significant negative correlation between age and sleep quality (p=0.0322). Either male or female employees have similar percentages between their good and poor sleep quality. Thus, sex does not significantly affect to sleep quality and they have no statistical correlation (p=0.1615). Income and education indirectly are not much important factor in relation to sleep quality. Statistical analysis shows that sleep quality has no statistical correlation to income (p=0.5432) and education (p=0.6621).
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