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When Good Jobs Become Bad Jobs. Professional's Subjective Demands for Meaningful WorkDate submitted: August 29, 2018Revised version accepted after double-blind review: February 22, 2019
A central question of research on job quality is which factors impact the evaluation of job quality. The possibility of experiencing work as meaningful has repeatedly been named in research as an important factor in the quality of work, but, so far, there is a lack of studies investigating the subjective demands of employees for meaningful work. For this reason, the following contribution focuses on subjective standards of meaningful work, examining which standards employees in "good work"doi:10.5771/0935-9915-2020-2-188 fatcat:wjq24tso3vbgbkqelp7w7qrkeq