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Using latent class analysis to identify how mid-aged women manage on income over time.
Income can be a major determinant of women’s health and wellbeing. Women’s varied attachment to the labour force when younger, changes to employment to accommodate family, and time of retirement, can result in women experiencing difficulty managing on the income available to them. This work will use latent class analysis techniques to identify different trajectories of how women manage on their available income for the 1946-51 ALSWH birth cohort from 1996 to 2013. Then to describe and evaluate the influence of women’s occupation and social/health circumstances on these trajectories over time.

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Dr Meredith Tavener
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Julie Byles
Mrs Peta Forder
Dr Jack Noone
Dr Tazeen Majeed
Dr Meredith Tavener