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Higher effort–reward imbalance and lower job control predict exit from the labour market at the age of 61 years or younger: evidence from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing
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    Stressful psychosocial work and exit from the labour market

    Hintsa et al. examined the effect of effort, reward and job control on the exit from the labour market by a 6-year follow-up study in workers at the age of 61 years or younger [1]. The author adopted binary logistic regression analysis by adjusting several variables, and concluded that effort-reward imbalance (ERI), effort and job control were significant predictors for exit from the labour market. In contrast, reward wa...

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