12-year trends in occupational class differences in short sickness absence among young women.

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AIMS Socioeconomic differences in sickness absence are well established among middle-aged employees but poorly known among younger employees, in particular for shorter spells. We examined trends in occupational class differences in short sickness absence among young women. METHODS The data were obtained from the registers of the City of Helsinki, Finland… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1403494815577460

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@article{Hilla201512yearTI, title={12-year trends in occupational class differences in short sickness absence among young women.}, author={Sumanen Hilla and Lahti Jouni and Lahelma Eero and Pietil{\"a}inen Olli and Rahkonen Ossi}, journal={Scandinavian journal of public health}, year={2015}, volume={43 4}, pages={441-4} }