Psychosocial Working Conditions and Well-Being of Migrant Workers in Spain
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Migrant workersPsychosocial working conditionsWell-beingSpain
Bretones, F. D., Jain, A., Leka, S., & García-López, P. A. (2020). Psychosocial Working Conditions and Well-Being of Migrant Workers in Spain. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(7), 2547. [doi:10.3390/ijerph17072547]
This study examines the relationship beween employment and psychosocial working conditions and well-being of native and migrant workers in the working population of Spain. Data from the 7th Spanish Survey of Working Conditions was used to conduct a confirmatory factor analysis (n = 8508) to identify the main latent variables that influenced well-being. Using structural equation modeling and multivariate analysis, we found different patterns and perceptions of well-being and working conditions in these two groups. We discuss the reasons for these differences and suggest directions for further research in this area.