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Brewington, J. O., Nassar-McMillan S. C., Flowers C. P., & Furr S. R. (2004).  A Preliminary Investigation of Factors Associated With Job Loss Grief. Career Development Quarterly. 53(1), 78 - 83. Abstract
"Involuntary job loss has far-reaching effects on the well-being of individuals and families (Bejian & Salomone, 1995; Leana & Feldman, 1994; Turner, Kessler, & House, 1991; Vinokur, Price, & Caplan, 1996). Job loss can result in loss of identity, social contacts, and self-worth (Amundson & Borgen, 1992; Beehr, 1995). Coupled with economic loss, the emotional toll can be devastating."

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