Key term: job demand

Original article [online first; 10 November 2022]   pdf
Do influence at work and possibilities for development mitigate the impact of job demands for workers with and without depression
Ots P, Keller AC, Altrock E, van Zon SKR, Brouwer S
 
Original article 2022;48(6):435-445   pdf full text
Psychosocial job stressors and risk of suicidal behavior – an observational study among Swedish men
Åberg M, Staats E, Robertson J, Schiöler L, Torén K, LaMontagne AD, Söderberg M, Waern M, Nyberg J
 
Original article 2022;48(2):99-108   pdf full text
Working at home and expectations of being available: effects on perceived work environment, turnover intentions, and health
Knardahl S, Christensen JO
 
Editorial 2021;47(5):329-333   pdf full text
Monitoring trends in psychosocial and physical working conditions: Challenges and suggestions for the 21st century
Burr H
 
Original article 2021;47(5):335-348   pdf full text
Occupational trajectories of working conditions in Sweden: Development trends in the workforce, 1997–2015
Corin L, Pousette A, Berglund T, Dellve L, Hensing G, Björk L
 
Review 2021;47(4):249-257   pdf full text
Is job strain associated with a higher risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus? A systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies
Li W, Yi G, Chen Z, Dai X, Wu J, Peng Y, Ruan W, Lu Z, Wang D
 
Original article 2020;46(6):589-598   pdf full text
Psychosocial job strain and polypharmacy: a national cohort study
Tan ECK, Pan K-Y, Magnusson Hanson LL, Fastbom J, Westerlund H, Wang H-X
 
Original article 2020;46(5):488-497   pdf full text
Psychosocial working characteristics before retirement and depressive symptoms across the retirement transition: a longitudinal latent class analysis
Åhlin JK, Peristera P, Westerlund H, Magnusson Hanson LL
 
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 2020;46(1):60-68   pdf full text
The influence of multiple occupational exposures on absence from work in pregnancy: a prospective cohort study
Sejbaek CS, Pedersen J, Schlünssen V, Begtrup LM, Juhl M, Bonde JP, Kristensen P, Bay H, Ramlau-Hansen CH, Hougaard KS
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