Ortner (1998) and Eskilson & Wiley (1999) view is that the financial strain, which is mainly based on college graduation, where the means of securing the jobs that were socially acceptable to their parents can mold a person's personality development in the young adulthood stage or beyond (Zucker, Ostrove, and Stewart, 2002). A person has to change their view on the world based on jobs availability, which can change a person's personality development as well. For instance, a person may have an accountant degree but the only job available to that person is being a substitute teacher. A substitute teacher has to have a more ...
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