Hours of Work and Gender Identity: Does Part-time Work Make the Family Happier? Alison Booth; Jan van Ours

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Alison Booth ; Jan van Ours
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Families; Nationalism
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Using data from the new Household, Income and Labor Dynamics in Australia Survey, Alison Booth and Jan van Ours find that women in part-time work are more satisfied with working hours than women in full-time work. Partnered women’s life satisfaction is increased if their partners work full-time. Male partners’ life satisfaction is unaffected by their partners’ market hours but is increased if they themselves are working full-time.
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