As a macro-economical and social problem, unemployment might have severe psychological consequences for the individual. A psychological approach to unemployment tends to be particulary valuable since the public debate on unemployment is strongly dominated by economical facts and figures. More attention for the psychological state of affairs of unemployed people might counteract this one-sideness and offer better perspectives for tackling nation's number one social problem. Zie: Summary
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