Well-being, Health and Work
AbstractThis paper presents measures of subjective well-being in England using a specially designed module of the 2010 Health Survey for England. It also looks at the relationship between well-being and labour market status, and, among those who are working, considers how well-being is associated with aspects of job quality.
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- NEP-HAP-2012-04-17 (Economics of Happiness)
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