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From long-term sickness absence to disability retirement: diagnostic and occupational class differences within the working-age Finnish population
Background It is well documented that sickness absence is strongly associated with disability retirement. A long-term sickness absence (LTSA) in particular increases the risk of disability retirement, but little is known ...
Determinants of transition from partial to full disability pension: a register study from Finland
Aims: This study explored the rate of transition from partial to full disability pension (DP) and aimed to determine whether age, sex, education, employment status, employment sector, pension type and medical cause of ...
Work Resumption after a Fixed-Term Disability Pension: Changes over Time during a Period of Decreasing Incidence of Disability Retirement
The incidence of disability retirement in Finland has sharply decreased over the last ten years. At the same time, the share of fixed-term pensions has increased to cover more than half of all new disability pensions. This ...
Changes in Unemployment Affect Sickness Absence and Disability Retirement Rates: A Municipality-Level Panel Study
To enhance understanding of the interplay between unemployment and sickness absence and disability retirement, the aim of this study was to examine how changes in area-level unemployment rates are associated with changes ...