Killing Time, Losing Ground: Experiences of Unemployment
What is it like to be without a job? How does it feel to be unemployed? This book represents a much needed and refreshing departure from the usual quantitative treatments of the disadvantaged because it depicts unemployment from the perspectives of the unemployed, thus providing insights and understanding that elude statistical accounts of the phenomenon.
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The Positioning of the Unemployed
Labour Market Experience of the Younger and Older Unemployed
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