Temp jobs fuel rise in transient labor

Overell, Stephen; Littlefield, David
September 1996
People Management;9/12/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 18, p14
Reports on the findings of a study conducted by Labor Market Trends on why unemployed people who get a job loses it again quickly. Data on the the percentage of benefit claimants who signed on in the first quarter of 1996 and their work intervals; Discussion of the preference for permanent jobs by temporary workers based on research by the Unemployment Unit; Reasons why temporary workers who get jobs do not stay long.


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