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Significant associations between self-reported "whole units" of work and self-reported mental task requirements as well as personal outcomes are well known. Also of interest is, however, whether a significant association also exists between the underlying objective assignment of tasks, i.e. the division of labour, and self-reported mental requirements. Such an association would represent a concrete starting point for job design or redesign. We analyzed this question for retail sale jobs as andoi:10.4236/psych.2014.510135 fatcat:nbe77k2gzvaczg7a63vknzx4uq