Health Impaired Employees' Job Satisfaction: New Evidence from Athens, Greece

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Drydakis, Nick;
  • Publisher: Bonn: Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA)
  • Subject: switching regression model | J28 | ordered probit model | two-step quasi-likelihood exogeneity test | ordered probit model, job satisfaction, health impairments, two-step quasi-likelihood exogeneity test, switching regression model | J10 | health impairments | job satisfaction
    • ddc: ddc:330
      jel: jel:J10 | jel:J28

By utilizing the 2008 Athens Area Study (AAS) data set, this study investigates four aspects of job satisfaction - total pay, promotion prospects, respect received from one's supervisor, and total job satisfaction - between healthy and heath-impaired employees. Health i... View more
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