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If differences in BMI and height can lead to differences in socioeconomic status, this would have implications for policy makers.
For example, evidence of a causal link would further highlight the need to adjust for unconscious biases in decision making in education and employment.
The outcomes being tested—here, measures of socioeconomic status—cannot influence genetic variation, so reverse causality is avoided in genetic studies.
Figure 1 illustrates the principle of mendelian randomisation.
Genetic analysis provided evidence that these associations were partly causal.
A genetically determined 1 SD (6.3 cm) taller stature caused a 0.06 (0.02 to 0.09) year older age of completing full time education (P=0.01), a 1.12 (1.07 to 1.18) times higher odds of working in a skilled profession (P=6×10) lower annual household income and a 0.10 (0.04 to 0.16) SD (P=0.001) higher level of deprivation in women only.
Conclusions These data support evidence that height and BMI play an important partial role in determining several aspects of a person’s socioeconomic status, especially women’s BMI for income and deprivation and men’s height for education, income, and job class.
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