Perceived job insecurity, job predictability, personality, and health.

  title={Perceived job insecurity, job predictability, personality, and health.},
  author={Bj\orn Lau and Stein Knardahl},
  journal={Journal of occupational and environmental medicine},
  volume={50 2},
OBJECTIVE The present study sought to determine whether job insecurity is associated with personality traits and beliefs. In addition, it was tested whether aspects of personality confounded the relationships between job insecurity and health, or moderated this association. METHODS At the first data collection, 5163 persons participated, and at the second data collection, 1946 persons of a random sample participated. Data were obtained from Oslo Health Study. RESULTS The job insecurity… CONTINUE READING

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