The study concerns the relationship between self-assessed work related stress and the main characteristics of workers as observed in the 6th European Working Conditions Survey. The analysis, carried out by means of a heteroskedastic Ordered Probit model, highlights results partially expected, such as the effect of gender on the response pattern and the influence of the presence of children, but also unexpected findings such as the statistical non-significance of certain family care commitments. Future research will be directed at investigating the role of gender and the distinction between employees and the self-employed respondents.

Perceived stress across EU countries: does working from home impact?

Stefania Capecchi;Francesca Di Iorio;Nunzia Nappo
2022

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The study concerns the relationship between self-assessed work related stress and the main characteristics of workers as observed in the 6th European Working Conditions Survey. The analysis, carried out by means of a heteroskedastic Ordered Probit model, highlights results partially expected, such as the effect of gender on the response pattern and the influence of the presence of children, but also unexpected findings such as the statistical non-significance of certain family care commitments. Future research will be directed at investigating the role of gender and the distinction between employees and the self-employed respondents.
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