Is position in the occupational hierarchy a determinant of decline in perceived health status?

@article{Mustard2003IsPI,
  title={Is position in the occupational hierarchy a determinant of decline in perceived health status?},
  author={Cameron A. Mustard and Marian J. Vermeulen and John N Lavis},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={57 12},
  pages={
          2291-303
        }
}
This study examines the extent to which position in the occupational hierarchy is predictive of declines in perceived health status over a 48 month period in a representative sample of the Canadian labor force. We hypothesized that the proportion of workers reporting a decline in health status would be greater among persons in lower position in the occupational hierarchy, and that these differences in risk would primarily be explained by characteristics of the psychosocial work environment and… CONTINUE READING
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