Self-employed happier at work but free time disappoints

The Australian Financial Review — Page: 46 : 11 December 2007
Original article by Damien Lynch

LexisNexis Summary
Australian researchers have found that self-employed people are more likely to have high levels of job satisfaction than salaried employees. However, while the perceived prosperity of self-employed Australians was far higher than that of employees, salaried workers reported greater satisfaction with their free time. The research was conducted by academics from Bond University, Murdoch University and Oregon State University.

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