Does initial job status affect midlife outcomes and mental health? Evidence from a survey in Japan
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Oshio, Takashi; Inagaki, Seiichi;
Publisher: Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University
Subject: household income, initial job status, Japan, marital status, psychological distress, unstable job status | household income | unstable job status | initial job status | Japan | marital status | psychological distress
This article examines how initial job status following graduation affects the midlife outcomes and mental health of Japanese workers, using micro data from a nationwide online survey of 3,117 men and 2,818 women aged 30-60. The focus was the impact of initial job status... View more
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