When the economy takes a downward turn, couples often temporarily put off having children.But in the years following the Great Recession, births never rebounded. Instead, fertility has largely continued to follow a downward trajectory across the country, falling to a...
Family functioning and life satisfaction among female university students during COVID-19 outbreak: the mediating role of hope and resilience
Literature review has showed that family functioning is positively associated with satisfaction with life. However, the internal mechanisms of this relationship are still unclear, especially during the COVID-19.
Things to Gain, Things to Lose: Perceived Costs and Benefits of Children and Intention to Remain Childless in Poland
Results indicate the pattern of fertility polarization already seen in some low‐fertility countries: for the disadvantaged segment of the population, it is increasingly difficult to become parents.
Employees are ready for hybrid work, are you?
For most, across different generations, gender, and seniority, work performance has improved as well as employees’ well-being, work-life balance, relationships, and even personal confidence.
Do I want more if you help me? The impact of grandparental involvement on men’s and women’s fertility intentions
Receiving grandparental support has a positive and significant impact on women’s but not on men’s fertility intentions. Furthermore, this impact remains positive after controlling for women’s socio-economic characteristics.
Public Health Expenditure and Life Expectancy: A Healthy Investment
Evolution of years lived with and without the most prevalent and disabling health conditions after the age of 50 in 17 Spanish Autonomous Communities in order to understand their association with several macro socioeconomic factors, public provision of health...