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Workplace deviant behavior has been linked to a number of organizational losses such as decreased employee morale, increased turnover and loss of legitimacy among important external stakeholders. Therefore, this paper investigated the relationships between religiosity, job status and workplace deviant behavior. Participants consisted of 351 (F=178; Mean age=39.2) employees of the Local Government Service Commission in Nigeria. Data which were sourced through the Workplace Deviant Behavior Scale and Centrality of Religiosity Scale were analyzed using multiple regression. Results revealed that religiosity negatively related to workplace deviant behavior, but no significant difference was found between junior and senior staff in their display of workplace deviant behavior. In addition, both religiosity and job status jointly influenced respondents’ workplace deviant behavior. The findings imply that high religiosity among employees might reduce the risks of deviance and in turn create a better work environment.

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This study aims to analyse the personal entrepreneurship competencies of students participating in experiential entrepreneurship program. In the theory part, the paper analyses the recent studies done in the entrepreneurship competencies field and discusses the experiential entrepreneurship concept. Research focuses on finding out the level of personal entrepreneurial competencies of participants of experiential entrepreneurship education, also analysing the demographic profile of the respondents, comparing it with the current job status and their entrepreneurial intentions.

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premium Female Premium Boyle etal.,2004 European Community Household Survey for Ireland 1994–2001 Gross monthly wages Occupation, educational attainment, full-time status, gender, public or private sector, nationality, age, age-squared, permanent/non-permanent job status, length of service with current employer, part-time status and size of enterprise OLS (with interaction terms) and quantile regressions 1994: 14.0% 1994: 10.0% 1994: 19.5% 1995: 14.6% 1995: 10.6% 1995: 19.8% 1996: 14.2% 1996:9.1% 1996: 20.6% 1997: 9.9% 1997: 6.5% 1997: 14.1% 1998: 13.4% 1998: 10.9% 1998

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.4%), Skenderaj (0.2%), Gjilan (0.2%) and Obiliq (0.2%). From the total number of respondents who stated their gender, female respondents made up 54.43% and male respondents 45.57%. The youngest respondent was 16 years old. The oldest respondent was 78 years old. The mean for the age was 37 years, median 34 years, mode 27 years and range 62 years. From the total number of 524 respondents who reported their job status, 78.4% were employed and 21.6% were unemployed. Occupation is another important variable in marketing. The population in the sample consisted of the following