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Satisfacción laboral, calidad del empleo y nivel educativo: Un análisis con microdatos de los ocupados en la ciudad de Sevilla

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Este trabajo aborda los determinantes del grado de satisfacción de los ocupados, centrándonos especialmente en el impacto sobre el mismo del nivel educativo. Nuestras estimaciones, basadas en una muestra representativa obtenida a partir de la Primera Encuesta de la Calidad del Empleo en la Ciudad de Sevilla (2006), confirman la hipótesis de que, una vez que se controla por la calidad del empleo, desaparece la vinculación positiva entre la satisfacción laboral y el nivel educativo de los ocupados. La calidad del empleo importa, habiéndose encontrado diferencias significativas a este respecto por género: las mujeres valoran más la posibilidad de poder conciliar trabajo y familia y el no sufrir acoso laboral.

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  • Francisco Gómez García & Cristina Borra Marcos, 2009. "Satisfacción laboral, calidad del empleo y nivel educativo: Un análisis con microdatos de los ocupados en la ciudad de Sevilla," Economic Working Papers at Centro de Estudios Andaluces E2009/05, Centro de Estudios Andaluces.
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