Professional women's well-being: the role of discrimination and occupational characteristics.

Abstract

This study examined the association between perceived discrimination, workplace racial composition, and three outcomes-psychological distress, life dissatisfaction, and job dissatisfaction-among a sample of Black (n = 72) and White (n = 74) professional women. As a comparison, these relationships were analyzed to determine if they varied from those observed… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/03630242.2013.822455

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