A City Guide To Huaihua for As a consequence, once they have finished paid work, women are more likely than men to continue working in the home. This argument is perhaps exemplified in the, now rather old, findings of Lundberg et al. , who found that female managers’ stress hormone levels remained raised following work, while those of male managers typically fell. This effect was particularly marked where the female managers had children. It seems while the men they studied relaxed once they went home, the women continued their efforts ? only the context changed. This work? home spillover effect is still widely reported, although there are some exceptions. WORK AND HEALTH Krantz and Lundberg , for example, found that among their sample of Swedish white-collar workers, the women working most hours assumed the least responsibility for household chores. A City Guide To Huaihua 2016.