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    1. Find an article, utilizing the scholarly criteria that covers the topic of quality of life. The topic is broad but must provide a diversity of submissions. We are working to submit scholarly articles, which are articles that include valid reputable research.

    2. Need to summarize the article, stating the three most important points of the article. A submission should be at least 100 words.

    3. Cite reference.

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    https://brainmass.com/health-sciences/health-care-ethics/quality-life-possible-working-338799

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    According to Golden & Wiens-Tuers (2008), when workers devote more time to their careers their income raises but families suffer. The three main points of the article discuss overtime, lack of family time, and improving social well-being as well as quality of life. The authors describe how overtime is looked at as an opportunity in most cases but that opportunity can put a burden on the family. Overtime offers a great advantage to the family which is monetary value only. The lack of family time causes families to be separated which causes a strain on the family unit. The article describes how spending time with family has many advantages which include positive values and morals. More attention should be devoted to the clear effect of longer unscheduled work hours on worker utility and broader social and economic externalities on the quality of family life (Golden & Wiens-Tuers, 2008). As families spend more time together quality of life and social well-being rise.

    Reference (APA format)

    Golden, L., & Wiens-Tuers, B. (2008). Overtime work and wellbeing at home. Review of Social Economy, 66(1), 25-49. doi:10.1080/00346760701668495.

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