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Temporary Work as a Percentage of Total Employment
Changes and Amendments to Legislation Since 1975
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1990 Men Women According to national activity apprenticeships assisting relatives atypical employment Belgium cent community work schemes company directors undertaken continued Labour Force continued Sectors Qualifications data in italics decline Denmark economic Economy no 17 employed employees European Economy Eurostat Excl female firms fixed term contracts flexibility form of employment France full-time Germany Greece homeworkers in-company increase industry Ireland Italy Kredietbank 1990 Labour Force Involved Labour Force Survey labour market Luxembourg Macroeconomic Microeconomic Angle national data Netherlands Nightwork number of hours organisations part-time employment part-time workers percentage of total Portugal programme Proportion of women public authorities public sector recruitment regularly or occasionally Sectors Qualifications Misc self-employed self-employment shiftwork short-time social security coverage Spain subordinate direct employment subsidised survey on workers Table 3.2 continued temporary employment temporary workers total in employment total of women training contracts unemployment benefit United Kingdom wage women in employment Women Men Women workers and company young