This report examines the relationship of well-being with a variety of demographic and economic factors among Australian young people. Influences include gender, income, marital and employment status. Data for this report originated from the longitudinal study 'Youth in Transition' and the results indicate that income, employment and relationships are important for maintaining subjective well-being and happiness.
Fleming, N. (1998). Well-being among young Australians: effects of work and home life for four youth in transition cohorts.. https://research.acer.edu.au/lsay_research/12