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A Multivariate Investigation of Overall Happiness, Job Satisfaction and Income Satisfaction of Women and Men in Turkey

Aslı Ermi̇ş-Mert

Sosyoekonomi Journal, 2020, issue 28(44)

Abstract: This paper examines the factors affecting working women’s and men’s overall happiness, job satisfaction and income satisfaction levels and the association between these three measures of happiness. Women and men who are satisfied with their workplace relations relative to those who are not are more likely to report that they are satisfied or very satisfied with their life, job and income. Women’s job and income satisfaction and men’s all three means of happiness are more likely to be high for those who received a pay rise last year. The strongest correlation is observed between job satisfaction and income satisfaction for both genders, which is slightly stronger for women that challenges the arguments on women’s financial motivation to be not as strong as men at work. Spillover hypothesis is confirmed in all pairwise combination of the three happiness measures according to findings.

Keywords: Gender and Employment; Happiness; Job Satisfaction; Pay Satisfaction; Multivariate Probit Regression (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C3 I31 J28 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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