Promotion of mental harm Constitution
Who would have thought: Career advancement does not happier in the long run, but rather harms the mental condition. Among the findings of a longitudinal study that the Bonn Institute published the Study of Labor (IZA).
Despite a sustained income growth and higher social prestige outweigh therefore – at least in the longer term – on the negative side effects such as longer working hours and more stress the positive effects. “No later than three years, the euphoria dissipated career,” IZA summed up the result.
Immediately after their transport respondents had specified in the average, fair to be paid, a safer place to work and to have more responsibility to bear. After three years at the latest but be the values for job satisfaction, perceived safety of the workplace, and also the feeling, to be paid appropriately, back at the level before the Laufbahnsprung arrived, it says in the IZA-study.
More nervousness and restlessness
Therefore, the statistical data of Australian household surveys analyzed and understood so 2000 promotions. Stress levels and working hours, however, remained high.
The general life satisfaction and physical health changed through a promotion not long term, write the authors David Johnston and Wang-Sheng Lee in their conclusion.
Could be against the mental health deteriorated after two years and more significantly, what about due to nervousness and restlessness. This was particularly noticeable among younger male workers without college degrees.
“In summary, we found that transport the well-being of staff were not yet on the a great influence on the other way”, emphasize the two researchers. “If at all, then it seems negative consequences for certain employee groups are eligible for the mental health to give. In view of this result it is interesting that the staff all over the world, in all industries and professions strive after carriage.”