Purpose – This paper analyzes the effect of factors affecting the depression of immigrant labor by the exploratory multivariate model empirically. Design/Methodology/Approach – We review results of precedent studies theoretically and implement empirical study by using the questionnaire data of Myanmar male immigrant labor. Findings – As the result of empirical study, the factor affecting the depression of immigrant labor significantly at p<0.5 level are ‘interpersonal trouble in company’, ‘unjust wage’ and ‘bottleneck to life’. Also ‘unjust treatment’ and ‘anxiety(of health)’ are affecting factors significantly at p<0.1. Research Implications – Managerial implications are as follow. Firstly, employers have to reduce ‘interpersonal trouble in company’, ‘unjust wage’ and ‘unjust treatment’. Secondly, gonernment have to support to reduce ‘bottleneck to life’ and ‘anxiety(of health)’. Academic implications are as follow. Firstly, factors that are studied exploratively have to be tested by systematic empirical study. Secondly, which of short-term, lagged or cumulative is the nature of the affecting effect and the reciprocal relationship between depression and factors affecting the depression has to be studied empirically.
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