Breadwinner Service Crews Coping Mechanism on Financial Dilemma

Vol.4, No.1


  • Mary Grace Francisco Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Izel Marie Aquino Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Christine Joy Bravo Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Goldie Reaz Bestlink College of the Philippines


Social Sciences


Being a working student earner is challenging in today's atmosphere of unpredictable student
labor marketplaces and limited social entitlements. Financial stress, conforming to Quorum
(2022), manifests itself in a range of physical diseases, including mental disorders,
headaches, cardiovascular disease, insomnia, and others.

Based on the data gathered the result showed that coping mechanism breadwinner service
crew respondents, with a result in variables of Coping Mechanisms on Financial Dilemma with
a Weighted mean of 3.12 that corresponds to Often. Coping Mechanisms on burnout
management 2. 67 corresponds to often, and challenges faced by the respondents that
caused burnout, with a value of 2.75, corresponds to often. T-test: Two-Sample Assuming's
Equal Variances was performed to calculate the difference in coping mechanism that
breadwinner service crews used to manage academic burnout according to the following
variables. The test findings have a P-value of 0.670184169797256, which is higher than our
alpha level of significance (P>0.05). Therefore, the null hypothesis was accepted.

Based on the results, respondents lack sleep due to academic burnout. In addition to that,
they are exhausted because of their being breadwinner as service crew. Some of them get
sick due to burnout and overwork. Findings show that breadwinners' service crew are
pressured when they do not have a stable source of income to support their school and
household expenses due to many necessary expenses and bills to pay.



How to Cite

Francisco, M. G. ., Aquino, I. M. ., Bravo, C. J. ., & Reaz, G. . (2024). Breadwinner Service Crews Coping Mechanism on Financial Dilemma: Vol.4, No.1. Ascendens Asia Singapore – Bestlink College of the Philippines Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 4(1). Retrieved from