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Social-economic occupational classification of workers in selected industries

Social-economic occupational classification of workers in selected industries

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Published by State of Michigan, State Emergency Welfare Relief Commission in Lansing, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Occupations -- Michigan -- Classification -- Statistics,
  • Michigan -- Economic conditions -- Statistics,
  • Michigan -- Social conditions -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    GenreStatistics
    SeriesMichigan census of population and unemployment -- no. 4
    ContributionsMichigan. State Emergency Welfare Relief Commission
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p. :
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15481249M

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MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE: SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND EMOTIONAL IMPACTS OF WORK-RELATED INJURY AND ILLNESS MICHAEL B. LAX ROSEMARY KLEIN ABSTRACT The impact of an occupational illness or injury on an injured worker can be severe. This study assessed several dimensions of the impact on a group of 50 injured workers, all patients at an Occupational.

Social-economic occupational classification of workers in selected industries [in Michigan]. Lansing, State Emergency Welfare Relief Commission, 20 pp. (Michigan Census of Population and Unemployment, first series, no.

4.) The incidence of unemployment among the various occupational groups in the principal industries differed significantly. Effects of social, economic, and labor policies on occupational health disparities Article Literature Review in American Journal of Industrial Medicine 57(5) May with 86 Reads.

More than meets the eye: social, economic, and emotional impacts of work-related injury and illness. Lax MB(1), Klein R. Author information: (1)Central New York Occupational Health Clinic, Brooklawn Parkway, Syracuse, NYUSA.

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separate analyses of part -time workers, workers on overtime, etc. The survey is also the only comprehensive current source of information on the occupation of workers and the industries in which they work.

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Results A total of % of workers with occupational injury at baseline reported depression at follow-up, compared with % of workers with non-occupational injury and % of workers without.

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Semiannual survey of 5, employers per survey. Unemployment insurance records linked to driver’s license data. Immigrants tend to cluster in certain geographic areas and occupations. Since they usually depend on the assistance of kin and others in their primary networks, ethnic neighborhoods and enterprises are often essential stepping stones for their social and economic adaptation.

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Occupation and social class / socio-economic classification. This note provides some information about the coverage and coding of the ‘occupation’ and ‘social class / socio-economic classification’ data that are held in the Vital Events statistical database.

It concentrates on. ISCO68 is the middle of a series of three classifications developed by the International Labour Office, and was selected as the starting point for HISCO because it contains more occupational classifications than the earlier ISCO56 classification while still retaining the historical occupational titles that were subsequently dropped from ISCO   This study used national survey data of working adults (aged 33–41) to identify factors associated with the occurrence of occupational injuries and illnesses.

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