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Make-or-break Exams Stress China Youth

...on graduation, a problem blamed in part on massive redundancies at many state-owned companies amid China's economic transformation. Yet students, parents and the government still go to great lengths in pursuit of a smooth gaokao. Parents in the eastern province of Anhui successfully lobbied for an airport in th...

Downsizing Affects All Workers

...ersity College London. 'In other words, enforced redundancies may boost mental health problems among those who keep their jobs,' he added. 'Indeed, we have previously also shown organizational downsizing to be a strong predictor of stress-related physical health outcomes, including cardiovascular mortality,' ...

Redundancies Boost Mental Health Problems for Those Who Keep Their Jobs

...sized” units, but kept their jobs in 1993 when the redundancies occurred. Just over 4,000 lost or left their jobs during the downsizing, while a further 17,600 escaped exposure to the process altogether. Men who lost or left their jobs were most at risk of a prescription for a psychotropic drug. They were 64% m...

UK Government Plans On Tackling Health Service Deficits

...s PCTs. Appleby stated in agreement that further redundancies couldn’t be ruled out. He felt that there were probably still more to come and, he hoped that vital services would not be cut. He said that losing ones job was definitely not good, but one way of looking at job cuts as a patient and a taxpayer would ...

Operation ‘Job Cut’: 1000 Jobs to be chopped By Hospital Managemet

...ive the £17m debt. 75% of job cuts are mandatory redundancies that will affect all areas of the workforce. Nurses and midwives will comprise an approximate 370 of the laid off posts and vacancies will not be replenished.15 consultant positions are also going to hit the chopping board . The move has triggered ...

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