Key term: gender

Original article 2022;48(6):457-467   pdf
Changes in occupational well-being during COVID-19: the impact of age, gender, education, living alone, and telework in a Finnish four-wave population sample
Kaltiainen J, Hakanen J
 
Original article 2022;48(3):190-199   pdf
Associations of combining paid work and family care with gender-specific differences in depressive symptoms among older workers and the role of work characteristics
Bijnsdorp FM, van der Beek AJ, Broese van Groenou MI, Proper KI, van den Heuvel SG, Boot CRL
 
Original article 2021;47(3):224-232   pdf full text
Effects of changes in early retirement policies on labor force participation: the differential effects for vulnerable groups
Oude Hengel KM, Riumallo-Herl C, Schram JLD, Nieboer D, van der Beek AJ, Burdorf A
 
Original article 2020;46(5):508-515   pdf full text
Night work, mortality, and the link to occupational group and sex
Åkerstedt T, Narusyte J, Svedberg P
 
Original article 2020;46(3):302-310   pdf full text
Do gender and psychosocial job stressors modify the relationship between disability and sickness absence: An investigation using 12 waves of a longitudinal cohort
Milner A, Aitken Z, Byars S, Butterworth P, Kavanagh A
 
Original article 2020;46(2):209-217   pdf full text
Status incongruence in human service occupations and implications for mild-to-severe depressive symptoms and register-based sickness absence: A prospective cohort study
Nyberg A, Johansson G, Westerlund H, Rostila M, Toivanen S
 
Original article 2020;46(2):198-208   pdf full text
Association between work stress and risk of suicidal ideation: A cohort study among Korean employees examining gender and age differences
Kim S-Y, Shin Y-C, Oh K-S, Shin D-W, Lim W-J, Cho SJ, Jeon S-W
 
Original article 2019;45(3):239-247   pdf full text
Mechanical and psychosocial work exposures: the construction and evaluation of a gender-specific job exposure matrix (JEM)
Hanvold TN, Sterud T, Kristensen P, Mehlum IS
 
Original article 2018;44(2):163-170   pdf full text
Is self-reported time spent sedentary and in physical activity differentially biased by age, gender, body mass index, and low-back pain?
Gupta N, Heiden M, Mathiassen SE, Holtermann A
 
Original article 2017;43(2):109-116   pdf full text
The impact of reduced worktime on sleep and perceived stress – a group randomized intervention study using diary data
Schiller H, Lekander M, Rajaleid K, Hellgren C, Åkerstedt T, Barck-Holst P, Kecklund G
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