Childbearing and Psycho-Social Work Life Conditions in Sweden 1991-2000

Sara Ström 2005

Arbetsrapport 2005 nr. 13

This paper investigates the interaction between psycho-social work conditions and the likelihood of childbearing. For women, the results indicate that high-strain employees have a lower likelihood of having the first child compared with those low-strain jobs, while no significant association is found regarding the second and third child. For men, no significant associations between job strain and the births of children are found.

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Arbetsrapport 2005 nr. 13

This paper investigates the interaction between psycho-social work conditions and the likelihood of childbearing. For women, the results indicate that high-strain employees have a lower likelihood of having the first child compared with those low-strain jobs, while no significant association is found regarding the second and third child. For men, no significant associations between job strain and the births of children are found.

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