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Workers on the Edge: Job Insecurity, Psychological Well-Being, and Family Life
Workers on the Edge: Job Insecurity, Psychological Well-Being, and Family Life
By: Ines C. Wichert at al.


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study, 40 pages, 6" x 9" (paper), 2000
ISBN:944826873
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Despite the booming economy of the 1990s, many American workers continue to report high levels of job insecurity. Wichert, Nolan, and Burchell's study, Workers on the Edge, reviews the large U.S. and international psychology literature on the costs and consequences of job insecurity. They conclude that job insecurity, even in the midst of general prosperity, can lead to a deterioration in physical and mental health, often with effects that are as devastating as actually experiencing unemployment.

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