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From: Examining social determinants of health: the role of education, household arrangements and country groups by gender

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Predicted probability of declaring poor health with 95% confidence intervals as function of combining educational attainment and household arrangement by gender and European groups of countries. 2014. A Dual-earner. A1. Women. A2.Men. B Liberal. B1.Women. B2.Men. C General Family Support. C1.Women. C2. Men. D Familistic. D1.Women. D2. Men. E Sovietic post-transition. E1. Women. E2. Men. Panel A for Dual-earner countries, panel B for Liberal countries, panel C for General Family Support, panel D for Familistic countries, and panel E for Sovietic post-transition countries. Sub-panel 1 for Women and Sub-panel 2 for Men. Data source: EU-SILC 2014. Note1: Low (Low educational attainment); Medium (Medium educational attainment); High (High educational attainment). Note2: Dual-earner (Denmark, Finland, Island, Norway and Sweden); Liberal (Switzerland, United Kingdom, Ireland and Malta); General family support (Austria, Belgium, Germany, France and Netherlands); Familistic (Greece, Spain, Italy and Portugal); and Transition post-socialist (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Slovak Republic

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