How commuting affects subjective wellbeing

@article{Clark2019HowCA,
  title={How commuting affects subjective wellbeing},
  author={Ben. Clark and Kiron Chatterjee and Adam Martin and Adrian. Davis},
  journal={Transportation},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-29}
}
Commuting between home and work is routinely performed by workers and any wellbeing impacts of commuting will consequently affect a large proportion of the population. This paper presents findings from analyses of the impact of commuting (time and mode) on multiple aspects of Subjective Well-Being (SWB), including: satisfaction with life overall and the SWB sub-domains of job satisfaction, satisfaction with leisure time availability and self-reported health. Measures of strain and mental health… 
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