Precarious work

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Precarious Work Among Skilled Professionals in Canada – 26 per cent work full-time and 60 per cent don’t have a pension plan or RRSP, nor do they get sick pay

Based on a national survey of professionals about precarious working conditions, the first of its kind, No Safe Harbour: Precarious Work and Economic Insecurity Among Skilled Professionals in Canada shows professionals across the country are not immune to the hallmarks of precarious work: no steady income, no pension, no benefits, no sick pay. Even full-time … Continue reading

Canada – Precarious work has become the “new normal”

precarious work has become so entrenched it spans all age groups, gender, level of education and economic sectors, as recent research from the Poverty and Employment Precarity in Southern Ontario (PEPSO) project demonstrates. Far from a temporary situation, PEPSO shows how precarious work has become the “new normal.” While just about half of workers younger … Continue reading

UK Job Gap summed up in one chart

Yesterday I wrote that the ‘recovery’ in the labour market was driven part-time and precarious work and marked by falling real wages writes Duncan Weldon. The chart below sums up many of the outstanding issues: Source: Read more @ Our jobs problem summed up in one chart | Liberal Conspiracy. Related article Job Gap | 600 … Continue reading

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