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Family Matters No. 47 - June 1997

Home-based work

Snapshots of recent labour market trends
Christine Kilmartin

Abstract

Changes in labour demand and in job security have produced some specific responses on the part of workers and employers. But the magnitude and direction of these changes is not always clearly understood. In this article the author looks at some recent trends in home based employment, in the over - employed and the under - employed, and in the regional distribution of unemployment. (Journal abstract)

Changes in labour demand and in job security have produced some specific responses on the part of workers and employers. But the magnitude and direction of these changes is not always clearly understood. In this article the author looks at some recent trends in home based employment, in the over - employed and the under - employed, and in the regional distribution of unemployment. (Journal abstract)

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