Negative Relationships, Emotions, and Health of the Unemployed

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Literature review
A study conducting by Linn et al;(1985) three hundred males unemployed were comperaed with three hundred employed male had similar age and race found the major difference in the mental health between the groups. Unemployed respondents suffered significantly more with mental health related problems like depression, stress, insomnia, anxiety etc. On the other hand employed group males had more satisfaction in their lives because of the support of their family and friends. Many other studies suggested the same fact that after having financial security with decent job physical and mental health of individual get better as compare to those are not having job even after competing their study.
Research carried out in year
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Literature review
A study conducting by Linn et al;(1985) three hundred males unemployed were comperaed with three hundred employed male had similar age and race found the major difference in the mental health between the groups. Unemployed respondents suffered significantly more with mental health related problems like depression, stress, insomnia, anxiety etc. On the other hand employed group males had more satisfaction in their lives because of the support of their family and friends. Many other studies suggested the same fact that after having financial security with decent job physical and mental health of individual get better as compare to those are not having job even after competing their study.
Research carried out in year 1991in Dublin covered a various issue related with unemployment like in relation to marital status, gender, it was found that married unemployed male suffer the greater negative effect on their mental health because of the responsibility of family, condition became more serious when that individual is only hope for their family. Same time length of unemployment is positively associated with unemployment. A study conducted in Spain by Hannan in 1991 proved that unemployment had more poor effect on male as compare to female because traditionally male are suppose to be the bread winner of their families( Hanan et al; 1991)
Similarly Warr, recommended that physiological well being is sternly negatively affected by being unemployed. Furthermore an
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