Session 89
Employment, Occupational Characteristics, and Health

Note: Due to the pandemic the original sessions have been cancelled.
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Chair: Peter Eibich, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

1. Association between Work-Related Stress and Major Depression: 15-Year Follow-up Results from the Prospective Quebec CohortAna Paula Gralle , Université Laval; Denis Talbot, ULaval; Xavier Trudel, ULaval; Alain Milot, ULaval; Mahee Gilbert-Ouimet, ULaval; Danielle Laurin, Université Laval; Clermont Dionne, Université Laval; Sophie Lauzier, Université Laval; Benoît Mâsse, Université de Montreal; Ruth Ndjaboué, Université Laval; Michel Vézina, Université Laval; Alain Lesage, Centre de recherche Fernand-Séguin de l’Hôpital Louis H.-Lafontaine; Renée Bourbonnais, Université Laval; Neil Pearce, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; Chantal Brisson, CRCHUQ-ULaval.

2. Does Retirement Change the Age Effect on Health?: Evidence from JapanMasaaki Mizuochi , Nanzan University.

3. The Effects of Youth Unemployment on Late Life Well-Being and Health in EuropeOlena Nizalova, University of Kent; Olga Nikolaieva , Kyiv School of Economics; Katerina Gousia, University of Kent; Michael Gebel, University of Bamberg.

4. Psychosocial Working Conditions and Trajectories of Sickness Absence and Disability Pension Days – an 11-Year Follow-up of 2.1 Million Employees in SwedenLaura Salonen , University of Turku, the Social Insurance Institution of Finland; Alexanderson Kristina, Karolinska Institutet; Reiner Rugulies, National Research Centre for the Working Environment; Elisabeth Framke, National Research Centre for the Working Environment; Mikko Niemelä, University of Turku; Kristin Farrants, Karolinska Institutet.

5. What Explains the Negative Effects of Unemployment on the Well-Being of Partners?Jonas Vossemer, Umeå University; Anna Baranowska-Rataj , Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research, Umeå University.

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