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Ho J-H. Joint retirement process of dual-worker couples: Expectations, experience, and depressive symptoms. 2010;Ph.D.:178.
Michaud P-C. Joint Labor Supply Dynamics of Older Couples. Bonn, Germany, IZA Institute for the Study of Labor; 2003.
Candon D. The joint effect of health shocks and eligibility for Social Security on labor supply. The European Journal of Health Economics. Forthcoming. doi:10.1007/s10198-019-01053-2.
Austin B, Glaeser E, Summers L. Jobs for the Heartland: Place-Based Policies in 21st Century America. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2018:1-85. doi:10.3386/w24548.
Morgan A. Job Transition, Bridge Work and their Effects on Health Outcomes. 2009.
Mezuk B, Kershaw K, Hudson D, Ah K, Ratliff S. Job Strain, Workplace Discrimination, and Hypertension Among Older Workers: The Health and Retirement Study. Race and social problems. 2011;3(1):38.
Mezuk B, Bohnert A, Ratliff S, Zivin K. Job Strain, Depressive Symptoms, and Drinking Behavior Among Older Adults: Results From the Health and Retirement Study. The Journals of Gerontology. 2011;66B(4):426.
Mutambudzi M, Javed Z. Job Strain as a Risk Factor for Incident Diabetes Mellitus in Middle and Older Age U.S. Workers. The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences. 2016;71(6):1089-1096. doi:10.1093/geronb/gbw091.
Andel R, Infurna FJ, Rickenbach EAHahn, Crowe M, Marchiondo L, Fisher GG. Job strain and trajectories of change in episodic memory before and after retirement: results from the Health and Retirement Study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2015;69(5):442-446. doi:10.1136/jech-2014-204754.
Benitez-Silva H. Job Search Behavior of Older Americans. Stony Brook, N.Y., SUNY-Stony Brook; 2003.
Benitez-Silva H. Job Search Behavior at the End of the Life Cycle. Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2002.
Mandal B, Roe B. Job Loss, Retirement and the Mental Health of Older Americans. The Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics. 2008;11(4):167-76.
Stephens, Jr. M. Job Loss Expectations, Realizations, and Household Consumption Behavior. The Review of Economics and Statistics. 2004;86(1):253-69.
Deb P, Gallo W, Ayyagari P, Fletcher JM, Sindelar JL. Job Loss: Eat, drink and try to be merry?. National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER Working Paper 15122; 2009.
Chan S, Stevens AHuff. Job Loss and Retirement Behavior of Older Men. NBER; 1999.
Chan S, Stevens AHuff. Job Loss and Labor Force Dynamics of Older Men. Yale University; 1998.
Chan S, Stevens AHuff. Job Loss and Employment Patterns of Older Workers. Journal of Labor Economics. 2001;19(2):484-521.
Mandal B, Ayyagari P, Gallo W. Job loss and depression: The role of subjective expectations. Social Science and Medicine. 2011;72(4):576.
Fisher GG, Ryan LH, Sonnega A, Naudé MN. Job Lock, Work, and Psychological Well-being in the United States. Work, Aging and Retirement. 2016;2(3):345 - 358. doi:10.1093/workar/waw004.
Gutierrez I. Job Insecurity, Unemployment Insurance, and On-the-Job Search. Santa Monica, CA, RAND Corporation; 2015.
Liu J. Job Displacement, Retirement and the Roles of Government Programs among Older American Workers. 2014;3641823:111.
Shattuck AM. Job Characteristics and the Psychological Well-being of Older Workers. 2007.
Wu B, Porell FW. Job Characteristics and Leisure Physical Activity. Journal of Aging and Health. 2000;12(4):538-559.