Results are presented in six sections. First, descriptive characteristics of study subjects and populations are summarized. Second, the effects of socioeconomic factors at the individual level on self-rated health are shown. Third, the effects of psychosocial factors not related to work on self-rated health are presented. Fourth, the associations between poor self-rated health and measures of socioeconomic inequality at the population level are displayed. Fifth, the associations between psychosocial factors at work and poor self-rated health are shown. Finally, the analysis using other endpoints is presented.
KeywordsMarital Status Poor Health Gini Coefficient Material Deprivation Decision Latitude
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