Job Insecurity and Mental Health Outcomes: An Analysis Using Waves 1 and 2 of HILDA

  • Adam M
  • Flatau P
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The issue of job insecurity and its impact on employee's sense of well-being remains an under-researched topic. The objective of this paper is to utilise the HILDA dataset to show how job insecurity impacts on mental health outcomes. An important feature of the HILDA survey is that it enables an examination of the relationship between the level of job insecurity and mental health outcomes at a given point in time as well as how changes over time in job insecurity impact on mental health outcomes for the employed. The results suggest that a strong and significant relationship exists between job insecurity and employee mental health outcomes.

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Adam, M. L., & Flatau, P. (2006). Job Insecurity and Mental Health Outcomes: An Analysis Using Waves 1 and 2 of HILDA. The Economic and Labour Relations Review, 17(1), 143–170. https://doi.org/10.1177/103530460601700106

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