If you agree to participate in this project, please answer the questions on the questionnaire as bestyou can. It should take approximately 5 minutes to complete. Please return the questionnaire to the researcher when you are finished.If you have any questions about this project, feel free to contactStephen Colangelo.Thank you for your assistance in this important endeavor.Sincerely yours,PRINCIPAL RESEARCHERQUESTIONStronglyAgreeSomewhatAgreeNeutralSomewhatDisagreeStronglyDisagreeOverall, you believe airline flying is a good career choice. Military flying is betterBeing a pilot affects your at home life significantly in a poor wayYou feel you are being paid adequately for your positionYour health is being affected negatively due to your position
COMMENTS:_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________1.Please answer the following questions about restrooms according to the Likert scale:QUESTIONStronglyAgreeSomewhatAgreeNeutralSomewhatDisagreeStronglyDisagreeYour health is being affected positively due to your position Benefits are adequate for your time from your positionCOMMENTS:_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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