Occupation and Suicide: a Study of two Counties in New Hampshire
Sanborn D E~~Sanborn C J~~Cimbolic P
Studies the relationship of occupational factors to suicide in 15 male & 7 female victims residing last in New Hampshire. Psychological autopsies were derived from interviews with the victim’s relatives, friends, etc. Results indicate that from an occupational viewpoint the person who is suicidal is either not currently working or is working & is frustrated, is also frustrated in other life areas as well, & has experienced a major change in his occupational status within the past 12 months.