Employment Precariousness and Poor Mental Health: Evidence from Spain on a New Social Determinant of Health
Prevalence proportion ratios (95% CI) of poor mental health according to quintiles of employment precariousness. Waged and salaried women and men, Spain 2004-05. Model 1: adjusted for age (continuous). Model 2: adjusted for age, immigrant status (yes/no), educational attainment (primary or less; secondary; trade school; university), and occupational social class (SC ; SC III; SC ). Model 3: model 2 + unemployment the previous year (yes/no).
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