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Longitudinal Study: HILDA
Title: Is poor mental health a risk factor for retirement? Findings from a longitudinal population survey
Authors: Rodgers, B 
Olesen, S 
Butterworth, P 
Publication Date: May-2012
Pages: 735-744
Keywords: Occupational health
Mental health
Longitudinal study
Abstract: Poor mental health may influence people’s decisions about, and ability to, keep working into later adulthood. The identification of factors that drive retirement provides valuable information for policymakers attempting to mitigate the effects of population ageing. This study examined whether mental health predicts subsequent retirement in a general population sample, and whether this association varied with the timing of retirement.
DOI: 10.1007/s00127-011-0375-7
Keywords: Employment; Human Capital -- Health; Employment -- Work/life Balance
Research collection: Journal Articles
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