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Health, Well-Being, and Ill-Being among Swedish Long-Term Unemployed

Authors Erik Lindskär
Danilo Garcia
Alexandre Granjard
Ali Al Nima
Nigel Lester
Sverker Sikström
Kevin M. Cloninger
C. Robert Cloninger
Published in 32nd Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention. Chicago, Illinois, USA
Publication year 2020
Published at Department of Psychology
Language en
Keywords Anxiety, Character, Depression, Health, Ill-Being, Long-term Unemployment, Personality, Well-Being.
Subject categories Psychology


In Study 1, 34% of Swedish long-term unemployed self-reported health levels in the lowest 15% of the normal population. In Study 2, compared to the normal population, Swedish long-term unemployed scored lower/higher in well-being/ill-being (e.g., 60% had anxiety scores above levels that might need psychiatric care).

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