Harvard Pop Center’s Sloan Fellow on Aging and Work Leah Abrams, PhD, and recent Harvard Bell Fellow Lindsay Kobayashi, PhD, along with a colleague, have published their findings which reveal that workers who lost their jobs (more commonly associated with those who were under age 65 and those with less than a college degree), were … Continue reading “How are changes in working status due to COVID-19 impacting the mental health of those Americans close to retirement age?”
Recent Bell Fellow Juli Simon Thomas, PhD, has published a study in the Longitudinal and Life Course Studies: International Journal. She finds that the negative health impacts of such disruptive events as divorce and job loss are worsened when they overlap (the more the events, the worse the health impacts) and these events take a greater … Continue reading “How does the interaction of multiple life events, plus our age, affect our health?”
Today’s live webcast of The Forum “What Shapes Health” at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, presented in collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and NPR, is a topic on today’s morning edition on NPR. Kate Strully, a former Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society Scholar at the Harvard Pop Center, shares … Continue reading “Today’s Forum “What Shapes Health” with Lisa Berkman topic on NPR Morning Edition”
According to a new study by Harvard Pop Center Researcher Clemens Noelke, Dr. rer. soc., and affiliated faculty member Jason Beckfield, PhD, older US adults who experience job loss during a recession, as opposed to during normal times or booms, face elevated mortality risks.