Children and the changing labour market: joblessness in families with dependent children
For many Australians the labour market has become a less friendly place over the last two decades. One source of tension is the loss of full-time jobs. Since August 1975 the full-time employment-population ratio has fallen by 26 per cent among men and increased only one per cent among women. There has, however, been considerable part-time employment growth but not sufficient to offset full-time job losses. <P> The young have been particularly affected by this job loss and there are numerous...[Show more]
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