Gender-Job Satisfaction Differences across Europe : An Indicator for Labor Market Modernization

@inproceedings{Kaiser2005GenderJobSD,
  title={Gender-Job Satisfaction Differences across Europe : An Indicator for Labor Market Modernization},
  author={Lutz C. Kaiser},
  year={2005}
}
Gender-Job Satisfaction Differences across Europe: An Indicator for Labor Market Modernization In 14 member states of the European Union, women’s relative to men’s levels of job satisfaction are compared by using data of the European Household Community Panel. The countries under consideration can be assigned to three different groups. Denmark, Finland and the Netherlands do not show significant gender-job satisfaction differences. In contrast, in Portugal men are more satisfied with their jobs… CONTINUE READING
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