Younger workers in temporary jobs 29% more likely to experience mental health problems than those in permanent jobs

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New IPPR analysis shows younger workers in the UK’s flexible labour market are more likely to experience poorer mental health and wellbeing

Posted inNews archiveon28 Jul 2017

Today’s new report from IPPR, the progressive policy think tank, and Business in the Community, presents new analysis which shows younger workers (born since 1982) in part-time and temporary work – or who are underemployed and/or overqualified – are more likely to experience poorer mental health and wellbeing, compared to younger workers in more permanent and secure work.

In July 2017, the government-commissioned Taylor Review set out the importance of ensuring more people

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