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Correlational findings

Study Schoon et al. (2005): study EE 2000 /2

Public:
Marrieds and divorced, Estonia, 2003
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 1556
Non Response:
not reported
Assessment:
Multiple assesment methods
not reported

Correlate

Authors's Label
Occupational Status
Our Classification
Remarks
In all three countries professional or managerial jobs require a university degree or equivalent professional qualifications; skilled jobs reflect occupations requiring further training in vocational schools and education after minimum age for leaving school. Semi-or unskilled jobs requires little or no training. This was assessed by asking the level of education they had received and the occupation they were in at the moment.
Distribution
N Men = 507, Women = 657,  
Men 1 =25%, 2 = 50 %, 3 = 25 %, Women 1 = 21 %, 2 = 52%, 3 = 27 %,
Related specification variables
Operationalization
Level of education received current or most recent occupation held:

1 semi-skilled
2 skilled
3 professional

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks O-SLW-u-sq-n-11-d DM = Men
semi-skilled  M = 5,57  
skilled       M = 6,39   
professional  M = 6,69   

Women
semi-skilled  M = 5,50  
skilled       M = 6,46
professional  M = 7,48
O-SLW-u-sq-n-11-d DM = Married
Men
Semi-skilled M = 5,57
Skilled      M = 6,38  
professional M = 6,67  

Women
semi-skilled  M = 5,74  
skilled       M = 6,66
professional  M = 7,50
O-SLW-u-sq-n-11-d DM = Divorced
Men
Semi-skilled M = 5,56
Skilled      M = 6,49
professional M = 7,33  
Women
semi-skilled M = 4,14  
skilled      M = 5,68  
professional M = 7,20