There is a strong association between the use of PC at work (and PC literacy) and the overall job satisfaction and intended early retirement, particularly for white collar workers The analysis shows that individuals with high PC skills and having a job that requires the use of a computer are more satisfied with their jobs and less keen to retire early Over-skilled women (who have PC skills but do not need them for their jobs) are more satisfied with their jobs and less likely to desire to retire as soon as possible

The use of PC at work and job satisfaction

CAVAPOZZI, Danilo;TREVISAN, Elisabetta;WEBER, Guglielmo
2015

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There is a strong association between the use of PC at work (and PC literacy) and the overall job satisfaction and intended early retirement, particularly for white collar workers The analysis shows that individuals with high PC skills and having a job that requires the use of a computer are more satisfied with their jobs and less keen to retire early Over-skilled women (who have PC skills but do not need them for their jobs) are more satisfied with their jobs and less likely to desire to retire as soon as possible
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