The length of unemployment predicts mortality, differently in men and women, and by cause of death: A six year mortality follow-up of the Swedish 1992–1996 recession
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KeywordsSweden; Health selection; Long-term unemployment; Unemployment; Alcohol; Suicide; Circulatory; Mortality;
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