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Robertson, Peter. (2014)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: inequality, health, career, career guidance,, 370 Education, 613 Personal health & safety, HV Social pathology. Social and public welfare, LC Special aspects of education
Structural explanations of career choice and development are well established. Socioeconomic inequality represents a powerful factor shaping career trajectories and economic outcomes achieved by individuals. However, a robust and growing body of evidence demonstrates a strong link between socioeconomic inequality and health outcomes. Work is a key factor explaining differences in income and lifestyle. It seems unavoidable that inequality in careers has profound consequences for health and well-being, but this relationship is largely ignored by career scholars. Some implications of health inequality for career guidance interventions are suggested.
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