Could your conscientiousness make unemployment worse?

06/17/2010 | USA Today

Research shows that those who are conscientious have a tougher time with long-term unemployment and may require more support, writes Anita Bruzzese, SmartBrief on Your Career contributing editor. A researcher says the conscientious may believe that their "lack of employment is due to a lack of ability."

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