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The Emotional Costs of Caring Incurred by Men and Women in the British Labour Market

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This study investigates whether men and women in caring occupations experience more negative job-related feelings at the end of the day compared to the rest of the working population. The data are from Wave Nine of the British Household Panel Survey (1999) where respondents were asked whether, at the end of the working day, they tended to keep worrying or have trouble unwinding, and the extent to which work left them feeling exhausted or “used up.” Their responses to these questions were used...

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Publication date:
2007-01-01
URN:
uuid:34baaacc-d64b-4b1e-ad0d-ce2a3f0e7d3c
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oai:eureka.sbs.ox.ac.uk:1175

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