The researchers indicate different patterns of correlations between these two components.
When individuals are unsatisfied with their profession they tend to also be dissatisfied with their family relationships and experience psychological distress.
Other reasons people are more satisfied when they are motivated by their passion for their occupation include the effects of intrinsic and external motivations.
The former was positively related to performance ratings while the latter interfered with the performance-enhancing aspects of work enjoyment.
Burke & Fiksenbaum refer to Virick and Baruch (2007) when explaining how these two workaholism components affect life satisfaction.
These same individuals have higher levels of psychological well-being.
When people genuinely enjoy their profession and are motivated by their passion, they tend to be more satisfied with their work and more psychologically healthy.The balance of the two is something that is hard to achieve and it is always hard to satisfy both parties.There are different components that qualify as reasons for considering an individual as a workaholic.Inner pressure, on the other hand, is negatively related with work outcomes and has been related negatively to measures of psychological health.Burke & Fiksenbaum make a reference to Graves et al.(2006) when examining work enjoyment and inner pressures.