Reid, Graham L.
July 1972
ILR Review;Jul72, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p479
Academic Journal
This article examines the job-finding methods used by unemployed and layed-off workers in Great Britain during the late 1960s. Formal and informal job search methods are described, and their efficacy in locating work is compared. The article discusses the impact of economic conditions and labor market demand on individual job hunting. A worker's age is described as an influence on the outcome of job searches among the unemployed. A profile of employment opportunities after unemployment is provided.


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