Psychosocial adversities at work are associated with poorer quality marriage-like relationships
The characteristics of work have an impact on individuals’ personal lives, including on health and close personal relationships. Previous research into the negative spillover effects from work to marital quality has predominantly examined structural job characteristics, such as job hours and shift work. This study used data from a large representative community sample of midlife (aged 40–44 at baseline) employed persons in marriage-like relationships (n = 2,054) to investigate the...[Show more]
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