I think it only fair that we take a look at the next 2 paragraphs about was Jehovah a bit harsh on Job? The GB don't think so and here's why:
12 Was Jehovah harsh in giving such straightforward counsel after Job had endured so severe a trial? God was not, and Job did not think so. Despite his ordeal, Job finally began to speak appreciatively. He even stated: “I take back what I said, and I repent in dust and ashes.” Such was the effect of Jehovah’s pointed but refreshing counsel. (Job 42:1-6) Earlier, Job had also received corrective counsel from young Elihu. (Job 32:5-10) After Job responded to God’s reproof and corrected his view, Jehovah expressed to others his approval of Job’s faithfulness under trial.—Job 42:7, 8.
So once Jehovah scared the shit out of Job he began speaking "appreciatively" of Jehovah and repented by covering himself with dust and ashes and stopped asking question about Jehovah and took it on the chin. And now that Job had been corrected by God then Jehovah gave him a new family to make it up to him over his bet with Satan which he technically lost.
13. How would Jehovah’s counsel benefit Job long after his trials?
13 Jehovah’s counsel would continue to benefit Job even after his trials were over. How so? Well, though “Jehovah blessed the last part of Job’s life more than the beginning,” restoration and recovery must have taken time. He later “came to have seven more sons and three more daughters.” (Job 42:12-14) Surely Job missed his children who died earlier at Satan’s hand. For some time, he likely experienced vivid memories of his suffering. Even if he eventually better understood the reason for his trials, he may on occasion have thought about why it was necessary for him to suffer to such an extent. Whatever his thoughts, he could reflect on God’s counsel. Doing so would help him maintain the proper perspective and, in turn, provide comfort.—Ps. 94:19, ftn.
Yes his reflection on God's scare tactic had work so well that if Job had terrible flash backs or PTSD he could just reflect on more trauma inducing stuff like God speaking out of a storm wind and he will be all better. So back to work you sniveling slaves.
I think I can see why a lot of people may be jumping ship after a WT study of this one exposing the serious lack of concern for human hardships of the Governing Body/writing department/Watchtower Corporation has for it's members when compare to the issue of Jehovah's praise.