Total workload, work stress and perceived symptoms in Swedish male and female white-collar employees.

@article{Krantz2005TotalWW,
  title={Total workload, work stress and perceived symptoms in Swedish male and female white-collar employees.},
  author={Gunilla Krantz and L. Berntsson and Ulf Lundberg},
  journal={European journal of public health},
  year={2005},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={209-14}
}
BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to analyse how paid work, unpaid household tasks, child care, work-child care interactions and perceived work stress are associated with reported symptoms in male and female white-collar employees. METHODS A questionnaire was mailed to 1300 men and 1300 women belonging to the white-collar sector, with at least 35 hours of regular employment a week and a participant age of between 32 and 58 years. It contained items relating to total workload (hours spent… CONTINUE READING

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