Structure and dynamics: Multiple jobholding in Europe

This study documents the results of a research project examining where, when and how multiple jobholding has changed in Europe over the past decades. The research was conducted by a research team from the University of Amsterdam (UvA AIAS-HSI) and addresses changes in individual and occupational features as well as the quality of multiple jobholders' work. The study describes multiple jobholding against the backdrop of an increasingly flexible and fragmented world of work, and, thus, relates the debate on multiple jobholders' motives, mobility and job out-comes to labour market flexibilisation and fragmentation. The project is part of the European research network "Hybridisation of Work", which is organized by the Economic and Social Science institute (WSI) of the Hans-Böckler-Foundation.


Conen, Wieteke: Multiple jobholding in Europe
WSI Study, 60 Seiten

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