Women who went to church are harder workers?

Time Work in Progress blogger Lisa Takeuchi Cullen writes that women who went to church in their youth end up becoming harder workers.

Researchers at the University of Georgia found that women who had attended religious services frequently (at least once a week) during childhood work about 80 additional hours per year when they are older. This effect is roughly equivalent to the impact on labor supply of an additional year of labor market experience.

…but does the same apply to men?

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