Volume 29, Issue 1
EFFECTS OF SOCIAL SECURITY FACTORS ON MENTAL HEALTH OF RURAL-TO-URBAN MIGRANT WORKERS
The rural-to-urban migrant workers in China are under enormous economic and social pressures, which negatively affect their mental health. From the perspective of social security, this paper analyzes the mental health conditions of rural-to-urban migrant workers, and explores the influencing factors of the psychological capital and mental health of rural-to-urban migrant workers. The results show that rural-to-urban migrant workers are more likely to have mental illness than urban residents, and 24.14% of them have serious mental problems; the entrepreneurial industry has the greatest impact on the psychological capital of these workers; the wholesale and retail industry contributes the least to efforts and overcommitment, but the greatest to reward. The research findings lay the basis for subsequent research on mental health of migrant workers
Rural-to-Urban Migrant Worker, Social Security, Mental Health, Psychological Capital, Entrepreneurial Industry.