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Downsizing really is bad for workers’ mental health

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Downsizing at work might be expected to erode mental health, but only now has it been confirmed. Policymakers, employers, and occupational therapists must take note of its heavy burden on those affected and on society.

Rate ratios of prescriptions for psychotropic drugs—indicating poor mental health—were significantly higher for men …

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