“Rundquist and Sletto (81), administering a test of their own formulation, found that poorer general adjustment, in terms of attitudes toward the future, adjustment to the home and the social environment, characterize the unemployed.”Quotation: Rundquist and Sletto (1936) states that based on their findings, they found that the unemployed have “poorer general adjustment, in terms of attitudes toward the future, adjustment to the home and the social environment.” (p.360)Paraphrase: Some researchers have also described a jobless person as someone who finds it difficult to adapt to their own surroundings, community and also have low expectations of their potential prospects.
(Rundquist & Sletto, 1936)“Hall (42), using his own questionnaire, found that unemployed engineers have a definitely lower occupational morale than employed engineers.”Quotation: Hall (1934) states that based on the research findings, “unemployed engineers have a definitely lower occupational morale than employed engineers.”(p.361)Paraphrase: There is evidence to prove that jobless engineers have lower self-esteem in work-related matters than working engineers. (Hall, 1934)Reference:Eisenberg, P., & Lazarsfeld, P.F.
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