Occupational and social variation in subjective health complaints.

@article{Ihlebaek2003OccupationalAS,
  title={Occupational and social variation in subjective health complaints.},
  author={Camilla M Ihlebaek and Hege Randi Eriksen},
  journal={Occupational medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={53 4},
  pages={270-8}
}
OBJECTIVES Occupational and social factors are thought to be important determinants of health inequality. The aim of this study was to examine the relationships between occupation, lifestyle and subjective health complaints (SHC). METHODS SHC and self-reported sickness absence were recorded in a cross-sectional study of 662 individuals aged between 16 and 67 from five occupational groups: blue-collar, school/education, health service, white-collar and service. Differences in SHC and sickness… CONTINUE READING
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