A review of theories prominent in the psychology of career development points to their profound preoccupation with the idea that adults must work. The average adult spends more time working than performing any other waking activity. Satisfaction in one’s career has been found empirically to have the potential for fulfilling such needs as productivity, competition, altruism, functioning as a team member, and independence. It is the most important avenue for fulfilling one’s dreams. These... więcej
Salem Press Encyclopedia of Health, 2019. 4p.