This study aimed to review articles which investigated the relationship between precarious employment and health outcomes in the Swedish population at national and regional levels. Publications comparing health outcomes among permanent and precariously employed workers were accessed systematically. The results indicated that although scarce, available studies have found a relationship between precarious types of employment and health outcomes. Further research is needed to investigate health outcomes across different sub-groups of precarious employed persons to better identify which is more prone to experience worse health outcomes.
Key words: Precarious employment, Sweden, health outcomes.
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