Financial Stress and Job Productivity: Evidence from Credit Counseling Clients
Kim, Haejeong, Sorhaindo, Benoir, Kim, Jinhee, Consumer Interests Annual
This study examined the relationship between credit-counseling clients' financial stress and their job productivity. The data came from two data collections from Wave I and II that track longitudinal information about credit counseling agency clients. Financial stress, health, income, and gender were found to be significantly related to self reported job productivity. Implications for consumer education and efficient financial information delivery are discussed.
The Purpose of the Study and Data
The purpose of this study is to examine how credit-counseling clients' financial stress impacts their job productivity. The population for this study is a group of consumers …
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Publication information: Article title: Financial Stress and Job Productivity: Evidence from Credit Counseling Clients. Contributors: Kim, Haejeong - Author, Sorhaindo, Benoir - Author, Kim, Jinhee - Author. Magazine title: Consumer Interests Annual. Volume: 53. Publication date: Annual 2007. Page number: 245+. © 2007 American Council on Consumer Interests. COPYRIGHT 2007 Gale Group.
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