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Depression and Work Impairment

Creator: Statistics Canada

Geography: North America, Canada

Categories: Mental Health

Tags: depression, mental health, workplace

Date: 2007



PDF, 14 pages.

“This article estimates the prevalence of depression among employed Canadians aged 25 to 64, and examines its association with work impairment, as measured by reduced work activity, mental health/general disability days, and work absence. Data are from the 2002 Canadian Community Health Survey: Mental Health and Well-being and the longitudinal household component of the National Population Health Survey (1994/1995 to 2002/2003).”

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