Total workload as related to psychological well-being and symptoms in full-time employed female and male white-collar workers.

@article{Lindfors2006TotalWA,
  title={Total workload as related to psychological well-being and symptoms in full-time employed female and male white-collar workers.},
  author={Petra Lindfors and L. Berntsson and Ulf Lundberg},
  journal={International journal of behavioral medicine},
  year={2006},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={131-7}
}
Most research on the combined effects of paid and unpaid workload has related these factors to stress, depression, and physical symptoms. Thus, comparative knowledge concerning positive aspects of human functioning, such as health and well-being and how they relate to total workload of employed women and men, is limited. Our aim in this study was to investigate how total workload including paid and unpaid work is related to psychological well-being and symptoms in full-time employed women and… CONTINUE READING
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