Occupational attainment, smoking, alcohol intake, and marijuana use: ethnic-gender differences in the CARDIA study.

@article{Braun2000OccupationalAS,
  title={Occupational attainment, smoking, alcohol intake, and marijuana use: ethnic-gender differences in the CARDIA study.},
  author={Barbara L. Braun and Peter W Hannan and Mark Wolfson and Rhonda J. Jones-Webb and Steven Sidney},
  journal={Addictive behaviors},
  year={2000},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={
          399-414
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To evaluate the prospective interrelationship of smoking, alcohol intake, marijuana use, and educational and occupational attainment of Black and White young adults. METHODS Logistic or mixed model linear regression were used to evaluate relationships between self-reported substance use, ethnicity, gender, college graduation, and four measures of occupational attainment. RESULTS College graduation in the next 10 years was negatively associated with smoking and marijuana use, but… CONTINUE READING

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