Privilege or necessity? The working lives of people with multiple jobs

Natura: Monografia - Materiale testuale - Risorsa elettronica
Descrizione: Privilege or necessity? The working lives of people with multiple jobs / European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions. - Dati testuali elettronici. - Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2020
Sommario/Abstract: Although a small proportion of the EU workforce holds down more than one job, it is worth understanding the phenomenon better, not only because it is growing by degrees, but also because of the impact it can have on workers’ health and well-being and what it can tell us about the labour market. While there can be positive facets to multiple-job holding – it can, for example, be a stepping stone for career development – it can also have undesirable consequences for workers’ physical and mental health if it entails very long working hours and poor work–life balance. This policy brief examines the prevalence of multiple-job holding in the EU, its main characteristics and the job quality of the workers who do it. One of the main findings is that multiple-job holding is different for women and men, and also varies significantly with age and income.
European foundation for the improvement of living and working conditions -  [Responsabilità principale]
Termine di thesauro:
Condizioni di lavoro
Mercato del lavoro
[Classificazione Decimale Dewey] 331.094 - Economia del lavoro. Europa
Paese pubblicazione: Lussemburgo
Lingua: Inglese
ID scheda: 22988
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