On-the Job Off-the Job Satisfaction and Psychological Well Being: The Moderating Effect of Peronnality Traits such as Neuroticism and Extraversion
The general objective of the study was to empirically test a model pertaining to the relative impact of job satisfaction and life satisfaction on spychological wel being, controlling for the moderating effects of personality.
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