Income Discontent Contrasts Life Satisfaction. Monthly Wage Indicator Report – Indonesia

After collecting more than 5,200 responses during the first three quarters of 2010, Gajimu’s survey found that, even though most of the users claim to be unpleased with their income, they parallely express satisfaction with their lives. One of the reasons that may explain this life satisfaction is the relative happiness that the respondents show regarding their health and jobs. However, nearly a quarter of the users manifest job discontent, which might be related to scarce leisure time and regularly evening work.

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Perinelli, B., Beker, A. (2011). Income Discontent Contrasts Life Satisfaction. Monthly Wage Indicator Report – Indonesia. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: WageIndicator Foundation.(EN)


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