Nevertheless, Joe tried to control the depression by himself, as he felt that he could control himself, in order to avoid job displacement. Consequently, the depression had a negative impact on his job performance during this middle stage. This stage is defined as a period of great self-understanding and identification in a career field (Zunker, 2016). Joe had a priority to earn enough money to support the family. It is noteworthy to claim that a substantial value of family is the core value of the Hispanic population (Storlie, Mostade, Duenyas, 2016). That is why the well-being of all members of the family was of the highest priority for Joe. Also, Hispanic culture implies a collectivistic vision of the world including the approach to job and family affairs (Storlie, Mostade, Duenyas, 2016). That is why personal values are also under the extreme impact of wishes and expectations of the family members. The last period that is late
JOB LOSS CASE STUDY 4 career stage indicates the preparation for the transition to retirement (Zunker, 2016). As for Joe, he lost his job being in the late stage that makes it harder for him to find a new job position. As for Angela, she prospered in her career during the early stage. Regarding the leading role of the family in Hispanic culture, Angela tried to combine the family responsibilities with working requirements. Besides, Angela faced some pressure from her family because a woman should take care of family instead of building a successful career. Speaking about the middle stage, Angela came across the competition with younger workers as far as her employer decided not to offer her a transfer to another facility. As a result, she lost her job to the competition of a younger working class. Peter faced with the problem of unemployment at the early career stage. Being a student of the medicine at the local college, Peter had a desire to start his career but decided that his family should come before his budding career. Besides, Peter was also afraid of not matching family expectations having a strong desire to support mother and grandfather. In Hispanic families, the young generation has an exceptionally high level of respect to elderly members of family aimed to provide help and support (Smith-Adcock, Daniels, Lee, Villalba, Indelicate, 2006). Impact of Job Loss There are several negative consequences of job loss in the case of Longevin family. First of all, the inability to provide the family with money is the primary source of stress that affects the general state of health in a negative way (McKee-Ryan et al., 2005). What is more, stress is often regarded as the leading cause of mental health problems. Undoubtedly, the excessive amount of stress cause harm to his sense of well-being and has an impact on relationship concerns (McKee-Ryan et al., 2005). Job loss hurts self-esteem, self-efficiency, self-esteem, and emotional problems resulting in a lack of emotional control (McKee-Ryan et al., 2005). Indeed, job loss influences not only the general well-being of a person but also affects future employment expectations.
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