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Relationships among Work Life, Mental Health Status and Organisation-based Self-esteem

.com/images/BWarticlecareerbuilder.pdf Zulkarnian, A. (2013). The mediating effect of QWL on the relationship between career development and psychological well-being. Int. J. Res. Studies Psychol. , 2 (3), 67–70.

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Preschool Personnel Exposure to Occupational Noise

. Profesionālās karjeras izvēles valsts aģentūra. [Catalogue of profession description. Professional Career Counseling State Agency]. Available at: http://www.nva.gov.lv/karjera/docs/profesiju_aprakstu_katalogs_A4.pdf (accessed 30 September 2016) (in Latvian). Anonymous (2013). Trokšņa iedarbība darba laikā. Eiropas Darba drošības un veselības aizsardzības aģentūra [Noise Exposure at Work. European Agency for Safety and Health at Work]. Available at: https://osha.europa.eu/lv/tools-and-publications/publications/factsheets/57 (accessed 30 September 2016) (in

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Research on relationship between tourism income and economic growth based on meta-analysis

Science, Vol. 24, pp. 40-48. 10.3969/j.issn.1006-575X.2010.02.005 Bi Yan W. Zi Peng Z. 2010 Research on domestic tourism competitiveness based on meta-analysis Tourism Science 24 40 48 10.3969/j.issn.1006-575X.2010.02.005 [9] W. Qing Xiong, P. Chuan Hu, C. Wei Lin, and X. Qiu Min. (2016), The relationship between big five personality and subjective career success: meta-analysis of research in the past 15 years, Management Review, Vol. 28, pp. 83-95. Qing Xiong W. Chuan Hu P. Wei Lin C. Qiu Min X. 2016 The relationship between big five personality and

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Benefits of a dance group intervention on institutionalized elder people: a Bayesian network approach

, or volunteer activity that participants find so substantial and interesting that , in the typical case , they launch themselves on a career centered on acquiring and expressing its special skills , knowledge , and experience ” (p.3). In this line, [ 32 ] reviewed the existing empirical evidence and provided support for serious leisure to be therapeutic and contribute to physical, social, emotional and cognitive health. She also identified the protective factors linked to serious leisure: meaningful and/or intrinsically interesting, provision of social

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