Working Life


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Working Life

The time during which an adult is expected to be working or pursuing work. One's working life begins after the completion of education and ends at retirement. In general, most of one's savings and investments occurs during the working life because this is when one has the highest cash flow and, sometimes, the willingness to take risks.
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Validity and reliability of the quality of working life questionnaire designed by Van Lar were confirmed by ShabaniNejad et al (24).
7% of the participants were satisfied with their quality of working life and 19.
Career breaks--these could be of varying length, and used for study, travel, bringing up children, voluntary work, or many other activities that can improve both home and working life.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-12 March 2002-Drott AB leases property to Swedish Institute for Working Life (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The Swedish property company Drott AB said today (12 March) that it had signed a six-year lease for its 7,500 square metre Fysikum facility in Stockholm with the Swedish Institute for Working Life.
com/reports/c50597) has announced the addition of Changing Working Life and the Appeal of the Extreme Right to their offering.
uk), reveals that 76% of UK workers believe it is their own responsibility to monitor their working life, rather than their employers or the Government.