Lower rates of depression and anxiety can be seen in people who are in job clubs.
Most middle class workers may be deprived of jobs by robots, feel scientists.
A new report conducted by the National Alliance on Mental Illness found that the unemployment rate for adults with severe mental illnesses is more than 80 percent.
A new study tied the Great Recession to more than 10,000 suicides in North America and Europe.
A new Gallup poll found a link between length of unemployment and depression risk.
A new study found that six years after Hurricane Katrina, the number of heart attack patients at Tulane Medical center increased.
A new study reported that high stress levels can compromise children's immune systems.
Researchers reported that men who dealt with longer unemployment times were more likely to have accelerated aging.
Many employers are hiring older people to stay longer in the workforce. Researchers say that many employers are findings older workers as ideal hires. They explain that while older people lack the speed, technology skills and dynamism of younger applicants, but researchers said that older workers have stayed in the workforce longer.
Study finds that people with stronger Facebook connections have a higher chance of finding a job, but might experience higher levels of stress as well.
Between economic recession and increased life expectancy, middle-aged people may find that the time of freedom they look forward to may be a thing of the past, according to a new study.
It is commonly believed that employment has more health benefits than unemployment. But then, is any form of employment helpful in reducing distress in people, irrespective of its quality? A new research suggests that having a job with poor psychosocial quality can be as bad for one's mental health as being unemployed. Usually, it is believed that those who are employed are less prone to be psychologically ill, when compared to people who are unemployed. Also, it is believed that when people move from unemployment into work, their mental health improves, Medical Xpress reports.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.