Women's working lives: evidence from the National Training Survey
Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick, 1982 - Political Science - 115 pages
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SUMMARY AND OVERVIEW l
PATTERNS OF WORK
WH0 W0RKS PARTTIME?
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age group aged 35 amongst women analysis associated average duration average length Census cent of part-timers Clerical occupations CN CN Coefficients Cumulative frequency current labour force descriptive variables distribution dummy variable education professions employed employment spells employment status experience family formation family structure female Figure Force Participation Rates full-time education full-time employees full-time employment full-time jobs Herfindahl index history patterns household L0ss labour force participation labour force status labour market National Training Survey number of children nursing qualifications occupation group occupational changes occupational structure omom paid Off job Part-time employee part-time employment part-time jobs period personal service occupations Peter Elias post-school qualifications probability of part-time proportion of women Rates of Women regressions sales occupations sample school-leaving qualifications Secretarial occupations spell of employment Table teaching qualifications union membership University of Warwick variation woman women aged women in full-time women in part-time