A study on stress and depression experienced by women IT professionals in Chennai, India

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Vimala, Balasubramanian; Vimala,Balasubramanian; Madhavi,C.;
(2009)

Balasubramanian Vimala, Chokalingam MadhaviDepartment of Business Administration, Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar, IndiaAbstract: Our study explores the influence of age and experience on stress and depression and the relationship between stress and depression amo... View more
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