Psychosocial job adversity and health in Australia: analysis of data from the HILDA Survey
Objective: This study examines measures of psychosocial job quality developed from the Household Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey, and reports on associations with physical and mental health. Methods: The study used seven waves of data from the HILDA Survey with 5,548 employed respondents. Longitudinal random-intercept regression models assessed the association of time-varying and between-person measures of psychosocial job quality job adversity with physical and mental...[Show more]
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|Source:||Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health|
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