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Happy are those who have left everything for my sake: An empirical enquiry among Anglican clergymen and clergywomen

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The 20-item happiness scale proposed by the Eysenck Personality Profiler was completed by 1,148 Anglican clergymen and 523 Anglican clergywomen during their first year in ordained ministry. The data demonstrated that clergymen were neither more nor less happy than men in the general population, and that clergywomen were happier than women in the general population. These findings are discussed in the context of work-related satisfaction and overall well-being.

Affiliations: 1: University of Wales, Bangor, UK


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