Underemployment and mental health: comparing fixed-effects and random-effects regression approaches in an Australian working population cohort
Occupational and environmental medicine | 20 Nov 2016
A Milner and AD LaMontagne
Underemployment occurs when workers are available for more hours of work than offered. It is a serious problem in many Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries, and particularly in Australia, where it affects about 8% of the employed population. This paper seeks to answer the question: does an increase in underemployment have an influence on mental health?
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