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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Khanum Alieva
Workaholism. Factors and Socio-Economic Consequences
Economics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
Workaholism is an extremely relevant topic in our day. According to numerous studies, workaholism has both positive (wages, career) and negative (social life, health) effects on one's life. Since most of the research focuses on the whole world or data from individual European or American countries, it seems interesting to assess the impact of various factors on the degree of workaholism of workers in Russia. To collect such data, a survey was conducted in which respondents were asked questions of two blocks: social and operational factors and questions for assessing the degree of workaholism using DUWAS methodology. The analysis of the collected data was carried out using linear regression using the OLS method. The study showed that one's drive received from working and wage (to a lesser extent) have a positive impact on the degree of workaholism. In addition, the study revealed a predominance of men among workaholics.

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