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OBJECTIVE To examine the predictive validity of Occupational Information Network (O*NET)-based constructs with health outcomes. METHODS Data from the National Survey of Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) surveys were used to examine associations of self-rated health and incident hypertension with work characteristics. Job control and substantive(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine disparities between job control scores in Black and White subjects and attempt to discern whether self-rated low job control in Blacks may arise from structural segregation into different jobs, or represents individual responses to race-based discrimination in hiring or promotion. METHODS Data from the National Survey of Midlife in(More)
Objective—To assess associations of occupational categories and job characteristics with prevalent hypertension. Results—Higher job decision latitude was associated with a lower prevalence of hypertension, prevalence ratio (PR)=0.78 (95% CI 0.66–0.91) for the top vs. bottom quartile of job decision latitude. However, associations differed by occupation:(More)
BACKGROUND We investigated the associations between traditional and environmentally preferable cleaning product exposure and dermal, respiratory, and musculoskeletal symptoms in a population of custodians. METHODS We analyzed associations between symptoms and exposure to traditional and environmentally preferable cleaning product exposure among 329(More)
Will the high-quality color found in commercial prepress systems be available at the desktop publishing level? Some say it's impossible; others say it isn't. Panelists address issues such as coordinating the wide range of input, output, and display devices for color computing; bringing high-quality color to the desktop with minimal memory; accommodating the(More)
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