Calling, life satisfaction and job satisfaction : religion as a moderator
Research has suggested that people who approach their work as a calling are more likely to report higher life satisfaction and job satisfaction than those who do not. Different Christian denominations may have different approaches to how they view work, however. Research has also supported the idea that people who are intrinsically religious are more likely to interpret their work in a religious way. People who are extrinsically religiousness may not interpret their work in the same way. This study examined calling's relation to life satisfaction and job satisfaction, using denomination, intrinsic ...
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