Inequalities in time from stopping paid work to death: findings from the ONS Longitudinal Study, 2001–2011

@article{Murray2019InequalitiesIT,
  title={Inequalities in time from stopping paid work to death: findings from the ONS Longitudinal Study, 2001–2011},
  author={Emily T. Murray and Ewan Carr and Paola Zaninotto and Jenny Head and Baowen Xue and Stephen A Stansfeld and Brian Beach and Nicola Jane Shelton},
  journal={Journal of Epidemiology \& Community Health},
  year={2019},
  volume={73},
  pages={1101 - 1107}
}
Background UK state pension eligibility ages are linked to average life expectancy, which ignores wide socioeconomic disparities in both healthy and overall life expectancy. Objectives Investigate whether there are occupational social class differences in the amount of time older adults live after they stop work, and how much of these differences are due to health. Methods Participants were 76 485 members of the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study (LS), who were 50–75 years at the… 
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