Exploring the interplay between work stress and socioeconomic position in relation to common health complaints: the role of interaction.

@article{Toivanen2011ExploringTI,
  title={Exploring the interplay between work stress and socioeconomic position in relation to common health complaints: the role of interaction.},
  author={Susanna Toivanen},
  journal={American journal of industrial medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={54 10},
  pages={780-90}
}
BACKGROUND This study explored the interplay between work stress and socioeconomic position and investigated if the interaction of work stress and low socioeconomic position is associated with poorer health. METHODS A representative sample of the Swedish working population, including 2,613 employees (48.7% women) aged 19-64 years, was analyzed. The health outcomes were poor self-rated health, psychological distress, and musculoskeletal pain. Work stress was operationalized as job strain and… CONTINUE READING
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