A team of researchers at Freie Universität Berlin explored how fewer working hours can improve life satisfaction. The study is published in the journal Health Economics Review.
The researchers reviewed existing studies that explored the link between fewer working hours and higher life satisfaction. They also analyzed 18,060 responses from 10 surveys that inquired about life satisfaction, working time, general health, social inclusion and trust, income, marital status, and so forth.
The results revealed that fewer working hours correlated with higher life satisfaction. Working fewer hours means affording to spend time with family and have time for other commitments/responsibilities.
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Shao Q. (2022). Does less working time improve life satisfaction? Evidence from European Social Survey. Health economics review, 12(1), 50. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13561-022-00396-6