Calling in the United States: prevalence and the role of source
Research on calling as a construct in vocational psychology has grown substantially in the past decade. However, questions pertaining to the prevalence of calling and role of source of calling remain unanswered. The present study used data from Wave 2 of the Portraits of American Life Study: a nationally stratified panel study of religion in the United States. Part One of this study sought to estimate the prevalence of calling in the United States while Part Two investigated whether or not participants' source of calling affected relationships between living a calling, job satisfaction, and ...
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