Physical and emotional resources mitigate negative effects of involuntary retirement
Research has yet to uncover factors attenuating the negative effects of involuntary retirement on life satisfaction. Data from the Health and Retirement Study shows that if one possessed the physical and emotional resources to fulfill one’s retirement needs, the negative effects of involuntary retirement on wellbeing can be mitigated.
Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, 26th, 22-25 May 2014
City or Country
San Francisco, CA, USA
WEE, Serena and LEE, Huey Woon, "Physical and emotional resources mitigate negative effects of involuntary retirement" (2014). Research Collection School of Social Sciences. Paper 1669.
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