Sense of coherence and intentions to retire early among Finnish women and men

  title={Sense of coherence and intentions to retire early among Finnish women and men},
  author={Salla-Maarit Volanen and Sakari Bertel Alfred Suominen and Eero Lahelma and Karoliina Koskenvuo and Markku J Koskenvuo and Karri Silventoinen},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
BACKGROUND Previous studies have shown that age, physical and mental health status and working circumstances, along with different socio-economic and psychosocial factors affect the retirement process. However, the role of psychological resources, such as sense of coherence (SOC), on the retirement process is still poorly understood. This study investigated the associations between SOC and intentions to retire early and whether these associations were explained by socio-economic, psychosocial… CONTINUE READING


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