Education and occupational social class: which is the more important indicator of mortality risk?

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STUDY OBJECTIVES In the UK, studies of socioeconomic differentials in mortality have generally relied upon occupational social class as the index of socioeconomic position, while in the US, measures based upon education have been widely used. These two measures have different characteristics; for example, social class can change throughout adult life, while… (More)

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