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Are flexible work arrangements associated with lower levels of chronic stress-related biomarkers? A study of 6025 employees in the UK Household Longitudinal Study

Tarani Chandola, Cara L. Booker, Meena Kumari, Michaela Benzeval

Sociology Of LabourLabour MarketWell BeingHealthCaregivingBiology


Working mothers disproportionately more stressed, study claims

Tarani Chandola, Cara L. Booker, Meena Kumari, Michaela Benzeval


Full-time working mothers are 40% more stressed, study finds

Tarani Chandola, Cara L. Booker, Meena Kumari, Michaela Benzeval


Full-time working moms with two kids are highly stressed: study

Tarani Chandola, Cara L. Booker, Meena Kumari, Michaela Benzeval


Working moms 40% more stressed than women without kids: study

Tarani Chandola, Cara L. Booker, Meena Kumari, Michaela Benzeval


Working mothers ‘up to 40% more stressed’

Tarani Chandola, Cara L. Booker, Meena Kumari, Michaela Benzeval


Re-employment, job quality, health and allostatic load biomarkers: prospective evidence from the UK Household Longitudinal Study

Tarani Chandola, Nan Zhang

Labour MarketUnemploymentWell BeingHealthBiology


The stress of low-paid work is making our country sick

Tarani Chandola, Nan Zhang


Having a bad job can be worse for your health than being unemployed, says study

Tarani Chandola, Nan Zhang


Bad job bad health: study highlights impact of poor quality jobs

Tarani Chandola, Nan Zhang


Bad jobs worse for health than unemployment: study

Tarani Chandola, Nan Zhang


Study reveals why having a bad job is better than unemployment

Tarani Chandola, Nan Zhang


Having a bad job can be worse for your health than being unemployed

Tarani Chandola, Nan Zhang


Having any job at all is better than being unemployed, right?

Tarani Chandola, Nan Zhang


Never too early, never too late: social and biological influences on health and disease over the lifecourse

David Blane, Noriko Cable, Tarani Chandola, Hannah-Marie Creese, Alexis Karamanos

MedicineScience And TechnologyHealthLife Course AnalysisSocial Behaviour


Healthy choices: is it better to get a bad job than no job at all?

Tarani Chandola


Innovative approaches to methodological challenges facing ageing cohort studies: policy briefing note

Tarani Chandola, Susan O'Shea

Older PeopleSurvey MethodologyResearch