4 edition of Gender-job satisfaction differences across Europe found in the catalog.
Gender-job satisfaction differences across Europe
|Statement||by Lutz Kaiser.|
|Series||Discussion paper ;, no. 1876, Discussion paper (Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit : Online) ;, no. 1876|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005705560|
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Gender-Job Satisfaction Differences across Europe: An Indicator for Labor Market Modernization* In 14 member states of the European Union, women’s relative to men’s levels of job satisfaction are compared by using data of the European Household Community Panel. The countries under consideration can be assigned to three different groups.
Downloadable. In 14 member states of the European Union, women's relative to men's levels of job satisfaction are compared by using data of the European Household Community Panel.
The countries under consideration can be assigned to three different groups. Denmark, Finland and the Netherlands do not show significant gender-job satisfaction differences. Gender-Job Satisfaction Differences Across Europe: An Indicator for Labour Market Modernization Article in International Journal of Manpower 28() January with 82 Reads How we measure.
Job satisfaction across Europe: differences between and within regions Article in Post Communist Economies 25(4)– December with 93 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Geographical differences in working conditions leading to differences in job satisfaction and perception of exposure to health and safety hazards have been described.
Hence, our hypothesis that some or all of these European differences in working conditions could be related to differences in prevalence of job strain across Europe as well as Cited by: "Taking Another Look at the Gender/Job-Satisfaction Paradox," Kyklos, Wiley Blackwell, vol.
53(2), pages Lutz C. Kaiser, "Gender-job satisfaction differences across Europe: An indicator for labour market modernization," International Journal of Manpower, Emerald Group Publishing, vol. 28(1), pages 75 - 94, October. Kaiser L. Gender-job satisfaction differences across Europe: An indicator for labor market modernization.
IZA DP No. Bonn: Institute for the Study of Labor;  Sousa-Poza A, Sousa-Poza AA. Gender differences in job satisfaction in Great Britain, – Permanent or transitory. Applied Economics Letters.
;10(11)– Cited by: 3. Gender-Job Satisfaction Differences across Europe - An Indicator for Labor Market Modernization Lutz C. Kaiser Bochum Protestant University of Applied Sciences Phone: + - -eMail: [email protected], web: In 14 member states of the European Union, women's relative to men's.
Kaiser, L.C. Gender-job satisfaction differences across Europe An indicator for labor market modernization. International Journal of Manpower, 28 (1), Kim, S. Gender differences in the job satisfaction of public employees: a study of Seoul Metropolitan Government, Korea. Sex roles, 52.
We also show that there is a considerable variation in the gender-job satisfaction gap across Europe. We first attempted to explain this cross-country heterogeneity by merging the EU-SILC data with the data on current levels of gender inequality, in order to explicitly test the hypothesis that the variability in gender inequality is behind Cited by: 2.
Employee satisfaction is an important issue for management and employees in any organizational setting. We developed a generalized model of employee satisfaction and tested it for both female and male U.S Extension employees.
Results indicate that there are no differences in the antecedents of employee satisfaction between genders. Job pride can be elicited by successful praiseworthy action, such as working to overcome obstacles to reach a desired work-related outcome.
In contrast, job satisfaction may be elicited by receipt of job-related resources even in the absence of effort. Thus one difference between job pride and job satisfaction is that pride is likely to reflect wellbeing that flows from doing, while job Cited by: \/ Anders Stenberg -- Intervention at the level of the firm: employer-sponsored training and wage growth in post-unification Germany \/ Yannis Georgellis and Thomas Lange -- Gender-job satisfaction differences across Europe: an indicator for labour market modernization\/ Lutz C.
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International Journal of Manpower, 28 (1), 75– CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Lutz C. Kaiser. JOB SATISFACTION AND GENDER: Qualitative differences at Iowa newspapers Tracy Lucht Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication Iowa State University Hamilton Hall Ames, Iowa () [email protected] This is a manuscript of an article published in Journalism Practice ().
DOI / The existence of systematic gender and age variations in how the facets of pharmacists’ jobs constitute sources of satisfaction or dissatisfaction, the tradeoffs among them, and their intensity is a commonly held platitude in the literature [17,18].Work-related decisions usually are made within the context of household decision packages configured by the size and composition of the household Author: Manuel J.
Carvajal, Ioana Popovici, Patrick C. Hardigan. Kaiser, L. () in their paper entitled “Gender-Job Satisfaction Differences across Europe: An Indicator for Labor Market Modernization” indicated that Denmark, Finland and the Netherlands do not show significant gender-job satisfaction differences.
In contrast, in Portugal men are more satisfied with their jobs than women. In addition to wage statistics for men and women, the company also looked at gender differences among some of the “softer” job features, including job satisfaction, for college graduates.
Men and women are about equally likely to say that they are satisfied with their jobs; about 65 percent of both sexes say they are satisfied. By most objective standards, women's jobs are worse than men's, yet women report higher levels of job satisfaction than do men.
This paper uses a recent large-scale British survey to document the extent of this gender differential for eight measures of job satisfaction and to evaluate the proposition that identical men and women in identical jobs should be equally by: portunity for this comparison but still have relatively high job satisfaction, it appears it is not typically being made.
Thus, we predict that differences between spouses' jobs will have no effect on a wife's level of job satisfaction. In contrast, there is evidence that hus-bands do make such comparisons to. Fairygodboss' research on female job satisfaction shows at least five significant correlations between self-reported levels of job satisfaction.
Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) - Gender-Job Satisfaction Differences across Europe: An Indicator for Labor Market Modernization Bank of Tokyo - Factor Decomposition of the Satisfaction Paradox: Evidence from Japan Federal Reserve Bank of St.
Louis - Debate about what percentage of wage disparity is due to sexual discrimination. Kaiser L. () ‘Gender–Job Satisfaction Differences across Europe: An Indicator for Labor Market Modernization’, IZA Bonn Discussion Paper No Karasek R.
and Theorell T. () Healthy Work, Stress, Productivity and the Reconstruction of Working Life, New York: Basic Books. GENDER DIFFERENCES IN OCCUPATIONS, JOB ATTRIBUTES, AND JOB SATISFACTION* INMACULADA GARCÍA-MAINAR GUILLERMO GARCÍA-MARTÍN VÍCTOR M.
MONTUENGA Universidad de Zaragoza The purpose of this paper is to analyse gender differences in job satisfac-tion in Spain, considering the gender distribution across occupational cat-egories. Lutz C. Kaiser, Gender‐job satisfaction differences across Europe, International Journal of Manpower, 28, 1, (75), ().
Crossref Luis E. Vila, Adela Garcia-Aracil and Jose-Gines Mora, The Distribution of Job Satisfaction among Young European Graduates: Does the Choice of Study Field Matter?, The Journal of Higher Education, 78, 1, (97 Cited by: This article presents gender statistics for the European Union (EU), a selection of indicators from fields such as education, labour market, earnings and health, which are particularly important for measuring differences in the situation of women and men (i.e.
gender gaps).Gender statistics constitute an area that cuts across traditional fields of statistics to identify, produce and. There have been many studies on the gender–job satisfaction paradox in other countries.
For instance, Sousa-Poza and Sousa-Poza () used cross-country data from Western countries, Israel and Japan to examine gender differences in job satisfaction. They have found that. differences of job satisfaction to find the major factors that make better the quality of job.
From the previous studies there is much difference among genders in ‘good job’ or ‘decent job’, that is, men have more ‘good jobs’ than women (Bang & Lee, ), also more men have.
the individuals concerned, and whether there are important differences between women and men. We are particularly interested in documenting the extent of the gender differential in job satisfaction across full and part time jobs when accounting for differences in job characteristics across gender.
Among the possible sex differences that have received attention are job attitudes, work values, and other reactions to the world of work (Lefkowitz, ). According to Rokeach () the more commonly used measures of attitudes in organizational psychology are job satisfaction and organizational commitment.
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The purpose of this study was to determine gender differences in job satisfaction of staff in three to five-star hotels in Bangkok. The study employed Spector’s Job Satisfaction Survey (JSS) which defines nine facets of job satisfaction. Forty-four male and fifty-six female hotel staff below the supervisory level in five three to five-star hotels.
This paper explores the relationship between job satisfaction and gender. Previous empiri-cal research into job satisfaction has shown that women consistently express themselves as more satis ed with their jobs than men.
Women’s higher job satisfaction has been reported in recent work by Clark (, ) and Sloane and Williams (). The objective of this research is to further determine the gender differences while controlling the effect of selected variables on job satisfaction using data gathered from employees working in the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and public sector schools of selected Districts of Southern Punjab.
This research was based on primary data which was collected from 90 employees (45 females. reliable indicator or predictor of workers’ degree of satisfaction with any specific element of a job.
Keywords: diversity, ethnicity, gender, job satisfaction, race Introduction) The workforce in the United States is increasingly diverse in gender, race, and ethnicity (Leong &. We study the relation between gender and job performance among brokerage firm equity analysts.
Women's representation in analyst positions drops from 16% in to 13% in We find women cover roughly 9 stocks on average compared to 10 for men. CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1. 1 Conceptual Background This paper will discuss about job satisfaction and its relation with job performance and absenteeism. Job satisfaction has been defined as a pleasurable emotional state resulting from the appraisal of one’s job.
Stephen P. Robbins based in his book (Organizational Behavior, 12th edition) described job satisfaction as a [ ]. Analysis was done with respect to both personal and job related factors that were found to influence job satisfaction and productivity among a significant number of employees across gender.
Personal factors like the level of education, age, and sex and job related factors like the type of work, pay, organization’s size, coworkers, conditions. Work Values, Job Characteristics, and Gender.
Cecily C. Neil and William E. Snizek. Sociological Perspectives and job discrimination and is currently working on a book dealing with alternative explanations to gender-related job discrimination. Gender inequality and the gender-job satisfaction paradox in Europe Crossref Show details Cited by:.
Gender-job satisfaction differences across Europe: An indicator for labour market modernization”, (). Global jo b satisfaction and facet description: The moderating role of facet importance”,Author: Jassem Mohammed Abdulla. Motivation and the ability to network have a far greater impact on research productivity than age, gender, job satisfaction, managerial support or teaching load.
That is the central conclusion of work by researchers from University College Dublin led by Jonathan Drennan, lecturer in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems.The relationship between employee motivation, job satisfaction and corporate culture Summary Contribution of the study towards psychological and organisational knowledge Limitations of the study Further research Chapter summary REFERENCES ANNEXURE A ANNEXURE B ANNEXURE C ANNEXURE D viii CHAPTER.