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Measuring More than Money The Social Economics of Job Quality

The Social Economics of Job Quality

Rafael Muñoz de Bustillo, Enrique Fernández-Macías, José-Ignacio Antón and Fernando Esteve

Job quality is a crucial link between the economy and well-being. This original book proves that it can and should be measured, proposing a theoretically based multidimensional ‘Index of Job Quality’ that is tested in the EU member States. The index proves particularly useful to measure the differences in job quality by country, occupation, gender and age.
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Appendix: Appendix: Effect of sex, age and schooling years on the probability of considering a job attribute very important

Rafael Muñoz de Bustillo, Enrique Fernández-Macías, José-Ignacio Antón and Fernando Esteve

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Appendix Effect of sex, age and schooling years on the probability of considering a job attribute very important M2696 - DE BUSTILLO 9781849803595 PRINT.indd 257 29/07/2011 15:45 Table A1 Effect of sex, age and schooling years on the probability of considering a job attribute very important (%) (2005) High income Age2 Schooling Female Age −4.93 −6.90 −1.96 0.02 0.91 −2.35 1.14 −8.37 12.13 1.10 −8.69 −5.59 −1.28 −2.06 −2.60 0.83 −0.01 −0.01 −1.14 −1.72 −2.12 0.01 0.01 0.02 3.30 1.13 11.33 −1.08 −1.29 −1.11 0.01 0.01 Opportunities of advancement Interest of the job Age2 Schooling M2696 - DE BUSTILLO 9781849803595 PRINT.indd 258 Job security Female Age −1.75 Age2 Schooling Female Age Age2 Schooling Female Age 5.06 −7.35 7.17 −9.04 −1.22 −3.56 −1.80 −0.98 −1.77 −1.01 −3.55 0.82 −0.01 258 −2.71 −2.01 1.00 −1.09 −0.72 −0.64 −1.97 −10.79 2.96 0.02 −0.01 −1.13 0.01 −8.65 −1.35 0.01 1.12 −0.01 AUS WGER EGER GB US HU IR NO SW CZ SL BU RU NZ CAN −5.35 −7.00 −0.01 −6.25 −1.25 0.01 −0.01 −0.01 −1.05 0.75 −0.01 0.98 −0.01 1.17 −0.02 −9.14 7.03 17.57 16.24 0.94 1.57 −0.01 1.05 0.85 −0.01 1.82 2.72 2.80 2.76 1.23 2.59 2.77 3.34 2.19 2.59 2.86 3.02 3.20 2.23 29/07/2011 15:45 −6.20 −8.64 −0.59 −1.81 0.01 −5.04 −1.91 1.34 −0.01 −3.21 −0.88 0.01 0.88 −0.01 −3.77 1.19 0.81 −2.81 −5.98 −1.27 6.48 −0.95 −0.99 1.84 1.93 3.33 1.32 −6.08 −6.93 −12.85 −0.01 −0.60 1.55 −1.33 5.46 −5.51 −7.85 5.40 −2.15 1.17 −0.01 1.16 −0.01 −3.47 1.56...

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