The Social and Psychological Impact of Unemployment
Journal of Employment Counseling 12/2011; 22(1):18 - 22. DOI:10.1002/j.2161-1920.1985.tb00808.x pp.18 - 22
ABSTRACT This article reviews recent studies on the social and psychological impact of unemployment. Included are the economic costs of unemployment, the impact on the family and the individual, and recommended methods for providing services.
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