Psychology of work and unemployment

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Wiley, Nov 13, 1986 - Psychology - 315 pages
An integrated study of current research and theories concerned with the psychological effect of employment and unemployment on people, covering our current understanding of employment, leisure, and retirement. This unique work considers how job situations shape the meaning of work for employees and how people ''become'' what they do. It also discusses the problems of underemployed people, examines the psychological effects of unemployment, and presents possible remedies.

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Contents

WORK AND PERSONALITY
1
UNDEREMPLOYMENT
20
Explanations of underemployment
26
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