Unemployment and Forced Early Retirement


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Unemployment and Forced Early Retirement
The role a psychologist or counselor takes when dealing with middle adulthood unemployment and forced early retirement. There are many aspects to consider. We must look at health issues, stress, self esteem, sexual dysfunction and a host of other problems. Finally, this paper will look at the many approaches needed to help meet the challenged faced by an ever growing segment of our society.
Unemployment and Forced Early Retirement
Employment and work can have a positive effect on mental health by providing opportunities for skill development, social contact, self esteem and income. Unemployment is a source of anxiety, stress and depression. But at the same time work can be a major source of...
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