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THE GROWTH IN PARTTIME WORK
PARTTIME WORK TOWARDS A DUAL LABOUR MARKET?
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30 hours Alison Clark awards and voluntary career Category Cornell University cost creches Department of Labour divorced and separated dual labour market economic employed employers factors family responsibilities Figure 9 Percentage Force Participation Rates growth in part-time hours per week income Increasing numbers Kohanga Reo Labour Force Participation large numbers low pay majority of part-time male Maori Marital Status married women Monitoring Group nightworkers Number of Part-Time numbers of women NZ Census 1981 organisations Pacific Island mothers paid employment paid workforce Pakeha Palmerston North part-time employment part-time labour force part-time labour market part-time workers part-time workforce Percentage of Workers Planning Council Playcentre pre-school problems register as unemployed secondary sector Shipley skills social Status and Sex technological change tertiary trade union undertake paid unsocial hours Whilst white collar women with family women with young women working part-time women's employment young children young dependent children Youngest Resident Child