Movement from ill health related economic inactivity into employment and its impact on health: evidence from the Scottish Longitudinal Study

Popham, F. & Bambra, C. (2008) SLS Research Working Paper 1. Longitudinal Studies Centre Scotland: Edinburgh/St Andrews, 28 April 2008. [SLS]

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Using data from Scotland, a country with high rates of ill health and economic inactivity, this study investigated the likelihood of movement from health related economic inactivity into employment, and whether this was associated with demographic characteristics or socio-economic status. It also examined whether those who had moved into employment were more or less likely to report a longstanding limiting illness. ...

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