The limitations of employment as a tool for social inclusion
Background. One important component of social inclusion is the improvement of well-being through encouraging participation in employment and work life. However, the ways that employment contributes to wellbeing are complex. This study investigates how poor health status might act as a barrier to gaining good quality work, and how good quality work is an important pre-requisite for positive health outcomes. Methods. This study uses data from the PATH Through Life Project, analysing baseline and...[Show more]
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