Gender Differences In Subjective Well-Being In And Out Of Management Positions
This paper used data from the German Socio-economic Panel to examine gender differences in the extent to which self-reported subjective well-being was associated with occupying a high-level managerial position in the labor market, compared with employment in no leadership, non-high-level managerial positions, unemployment, and non-labor market participation. These results indicated that a clear hierarchy exists for men in term of how status within the labor market was associated with subjective life satisfaction. Unemployed men were the least satisfied, followed by men who were not in the labor market, while men in leadership positions reported the highest level of subjective life satisfaction.
Provided by: German Institute of Economic Research (DIW Berlin Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung e.V.) Topic: Software Date Added: Apr 2010 Format: PDF