Incidences of the type of workplace on health levels of urban workers in 17 municipalities of Nicaragua: A small-scale study 2021-2022

Authors

  • Laura Sofía Angulo Gago Ingeniería en Economía y Negocios. Facultad Tecnología de la Industria. Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería. Managua, Nicaragua
  • Raúl Enrique Godínez Balmaceda Ingeniería en Economía y Negocios. Facultad Tecnología de la Industria. Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería. Managua, Nicaragua
  • Axsell Moises López Cerrato Ingeniería en Economía y Negocios. Facultad Tecnología de la Industria. Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería. Managua, Nicaragua

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5377/nexo.v36i02.16001

Keywords:

Health Economic, Employment, Economic development

Abstract

This document evaluated the incidence of the type of workplace on the health levels of a group of respondents, with the aim of empirically evidencing the possible differences raised in the literature. According to the results obtained, it was found that the type of employment is likely not to have a significant effect on self-assessed health levels. It was also found that it does not increase the probability of suffering from chronic diseases such as diabetes, blood pressure or other diseases and that these conditions may be the result of other factors.

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Published

2023-03-31

How to Cite

Angulo Gago, L. S. ., Godínez Balmaceda, R. E. ., & López Cerrato, A. M. . (2023). Incidences of the type of workplace on health levels of urban workers in 17 municipalities of Nicaragua: A small-scale study 2021-2022. Nexo Scientific Journal, 36(02), 81–95. https://doi.org/10.5377/nexo.v36i02.16001

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