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Correlational findings

Study Ponomarenko (2016): study ZZ EU 13 2006

Public:
50+ aged, 13 European countries, 2006/07
Survey name:
SHARE
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 8098
Non Response:
Assessment:
Interview: computer assisted (CAPI)

Correlate

Authors's Label
Career patterns for women
Our Classification
Remarks
The employment history variables of SHARELIFE data were transformed into a the Job Episodes Panel (JEP),
Distribution
N=A:2237, B:533, C:398, D:932, E:459, F:232
Related specification variables
Operationalization
Cluster by the various employment history including education, full-time employment, part-time employment, unemployment, labor market inactivity, and retimement.
A. Full-time employment (reference)
B. Part-time employment
C. Late entry
D. Inactivity
E. Unstable exit
F. Early retirement

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks O-SLu-u-sq-n-11-c DM = +                       M      SD   Difference
                                  from Full-
Full-time employment  7.32  .18   -
Part-time employment  7.99  .17   +.67
Late entry            7.74  .27   +.42
Inactivity            7.32  .22   0
Unstable exit         7.21  .31   -.11
Early retirement      7.27  .26   -.05
O-SLu-u-sq-n-11-c b = +/- Part-time employment (vs Full-time employment)
- Austria             b = +.33(ns)
- Germany             b = +.36(10)
- Netherlands         b = +.14(ns)
- France              b = +.17(ns)
- Switzerland         b = -.18(ns)
- Belgium             b = +.10(ns)
- Italy               b = +.06(ns)
- Spain               b = -.16(ns)
- Greece              b = -.77(ns)
- Sweden              b = +.33(10)
- Denmark             b = +.22(ns)
- Czech Republic      b = -.65(ns)
- Poland              b = -.99(ns)
O-SLu-u-sq-n-11-c b = Late entry           (vs Full-time employment)
- Austria             b = +.09(ns)
- Germany             b = +.20(ns)
- Netherlands         b = -.08(ns)
- France              b = +.49(ns)
- Switzerland         b = +.15(ns)
- Belgium             b = -.21(ns)
- Italy               b = -.16(ns)
- Spain               b = -.81(ns)
- Greece              b = +.05(ns)
- Sweden              b = +.33(ns)
- Denmark             b = +.27(ns)
- Czech Republic      b = -.07(ns)
- Poland              b = -.11(ns)
O-SLu-u-sq-n-11-c b = +/- Inactivity           (vs Full-time employment)
- Austria             b = -.38(10)
- Germany             b = +.27(01)
- Netherlands         b = -.09(ns)
- France              b = -.82(01)
- Switzerland         b = -.00(ns)
- Belgium             b = -.65(01)
- Italy               b = +.20(ns)
- Spain               b = -.16(ns)
- Greece              b = -.56(ns)
- Sweden              b = -.29(ns)
- Denmark             b = +.30(ns)
- Czech Republic      b = +.07(ns)
- Poland              b = -.65(05)
O-SLu-u-sq-n-11-c b = Unstable exit        (vs Full-time employment)
- Austria             b = -.41(ns)
- Germany             b = +.33(ns)
- Netherlands         b = -.00(ns)
- France              b = -.47(ns)
- Switzerland         b = -.17(ns)
- Belgium             b = -.09(ns)
- Italy               b = +.12(ns)
- Spain               b = -.09(ns)
- Greece              b = -.72(ns)
- Sweden              b = -.17(ns)
- Denmark             b = +.16(ns)
- Czech Republic      b = -.99(01)
- Poland              b = +.51(05)
O-SLu-u-sq-n-11-c b = Early retirement     (vs Full-time employment)
- Austria             b = -.91(ns)
- Germany             b = +.04(ns)
- Netherlands         b = +.10(ns)
- France              b = -.41(ns)
- Switzerland         b = +.65(ns)
- Belgium             b = +.04(ns)
- Italy               b = +.95(01)
- Spain               b = +1.6(ns)
- Greece              b = +.33(ns)
- Sweden              b = -.79(ns)
- Denmark             b = -.61(05)
- Czech Republic      b = -.99(01)
- Poland              b = -.61(ns)

b controlled for
- age
- education
- log pension income
- living with a partner
- number of children
- physical limitation
- age at first job
- age at last job