Published in Medicine and Law Weekly, April 30th, 2010
"Repeated failure-time continuous event-history analysis indicated that occurrence of job loss was primarily related to prior mental health problems, recent arrests, recent drug use, and recent being married/cohabitation," wrote M. Wiesner and colleagues, University of Houston.
The researchers concluded: "It is argued that long-term effects of criminal justice contact on employment outcomes should be understood...
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