The Health Effects of jobs: Status, working conditions, or both?
Background: This study investigates whether the association of job strain and insecurity with health differs by status. Methods: A cross-sectional study of 2,249 employed workers aged 40-44 years conducted in two regions in south-east Australia in 2000 used a self-completed questionnaire to collect data. Multivariate analyses were used to compare depression, anxiety, physical health and general practitioner (GP) visits over 12 months across categories of job strain and insecurity for three...[Show more]
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