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Job,

Biblical character in the Old Testament who suffered from skin and bowel disease, from which he recovered.
Job syndrome - Synonym(s): Buckley syndrome
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Though percentages vary by type of work, from 40% to 70% of persons find their jobs through contact persons in their social network.
One mistake accountants make is that they get so involved in their jobs, they lose their network," Jonell says.
When individuals' activities are limited to what is in their job descriptions, it is likely their energy and commitment will also be limited.
Consumers who are invested in their individual vocational pursuits naturally will do better in their jobs.
Findings indicated that the majority of workers: (a) liked their jobs, (b) were satisfied with services provided, (c) had a voice in choosing their job, (d) would rather work in the community than attend a workshop, and (e) said they had friends at work.
Social interactions are significantly more likely to occur among workers who are physically proximate, but even more so among workers who have similar jobs and responsibilities and who interact as a part of their job (Burke, Weir, & Duncan, 1976; Peponis, 1985).
Because of cognitive limitations, people with mental retardation may need to use check lists or picture cues on the job to remind them of their job task sequence.