Psychological profile and consumption of healthcare resources in actively employed people, pre-retirees, and retirees
IDENTIFICADOR UNIVERSAL: http://hdl.handle.net/11093/2799
VERSIÓN EDITADA: https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/13/8/4415
TIPO DE DOCUMENTO: article
Research on personality variables and consumption of health services in actively employed people or retirees has been extensive, but the group of pre-retirees has hardly been studied. This work attempts to determine the mental health and use of health resources of the three groups, hypothesizing that, as the group of pre-retirees does not receive the social stigma of work exclusion, it will present better mental health. A sample of 1332 Spanish participants aged between 51 and 69 years was randomly chosen, and various personality tests were applied, and consumption of healthcare resources was determined. Pairwise analysis of the three work situations using binary logistic regressions showed that pre-retirees present better mental health, although there were no differences in the consumption of healthcare resources. The implications of this study for the creation of health promotion policies targeting older people, depending specifically on their employment status, are discussed.
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