Why having a job isn’t always better for our health

Unemployment is widely regarded as contributing to a range of mental and physical health issues.  Is any job better than no job though?  That was the question posed by a team from the University of Manchester in a recently published study.

It finds that this is not always the case, with people employed in low paid or stressful jobs often not enjoying better health than those who are still unemployed.

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