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Differences among Socioeconomic Levels
Summary and Implications
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2tage activities adjustment analyses anomie antilogged baseline blacks chapter coefficients compared compulsory reasons consequences of retirement data sets definitions of retirement demographic dichotomous DSLS Duke University DWRS early retirement economic level effects of retirement examined explained variance Extra-work interests final wave food stamps formal organizations fully retired gender differences groups health limitations impact of retirement important included income adequacy increased independent variables indicate job characteristics Journal of Gerontology labor force less locus of control logistic regression mandatory retirement marital status married measures of retirement ment negative nonworking retired number of hours objective retirement occupational status ordinary least squares outcomes Palmore participation pension persons poor health poorer positive Poverty ratio predicting retirement predictors of retirement preretirement PSID reasons for retirement respondents retirees and nonretirees Retirement attitude Retirement for Health sample satisfaction self-employed significant predictors Social Security socioeconomic status subjective well-being Table tion tirement variance explained women