Investigation Analysis on Psychological Health Condition of Teachers in Vocational Colleges and Thought for Countermeasures: Take “West Vocational Education Town” in Chongqing, China as an Example

Haiyan LI, Chenggang CAO, Juan QI


Through the empirical research on the self-evaluation result of psychological health condition of 510 teachers of vocational colleges in “West Vocational Education Town” in Chongqing, one of the municipalities directly under the central government in China, it is found that most of the psychological disorders of teachers in vocational colleges are dominated by mild degree, and the moderate and severe degrees are not reached; in SCL-90 scale, the scores of male teachers are higher than some female teachers, but not reach the significant level; the scores of each factor of head teachers are higher than the non-head teachers, and also do not reach the significant level; the married and unmarried teachers reach difference significance in somatization dimension, and other factors are not significant. According to the investigation result, three countermeasure conclusions are proposed in this paper.


Vocational education; Teachers; Psychological health; SCL-90

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