Job quality and churning of the pool of the unemployed: an application using the survey of employment and unemployment patterns
Australian Bureau of Statistics, 1999 - Business & Economics - 135 pages
Examines the determinants of occupational status and wages, and identifies the factors contributing to job churning among individuals with a marginal attachment to the labour market.
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OCCUPATION AND JOB QUALITY
ANALYSIS OF OCCUPATIONAL STATUS
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ANU3 scale area of residence ASCO version Australian labour market bachelor degree ceteris paribus coefficients current job degree or higher dichotomous variable differences Duration of current earnings educational attainment employed example human capital impact job churning job duration job quality variable job tenure job turnover jobs held jobs that lasted Jobseeker and Population Jobseeker group labour market experience labour market history labour market performance labourers and related left full-time education level of education location 51-100 employees logit models main English-speaking country marital status measure of job Miller model of job model of occupational occupational attainment occupational outcomes occupational status score ordered probit model ordinary least squares Population Reference group predicted occupational distributions probability model Reference and Jobseeker related workers sales and service sample school at 15 service workers set equal SEUP Size of location Skilled vocational qualification Socioeconomic index successful job match Undergraduate or associate wage wave