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Contingent Workforce: Size, Characteristics, Earnings, and Benefits
Charles A. Jeszeck (au)
Millions of American workers are employed in ńˇýcontingentńˇŁ work, that is, in temporary, contract, or other forms of non-standard employment arrangements in which they may not receive employer-provided retirement and health benefits, or not have safeguards such as job-protected leave under the Family Medical Leave Act. This report examines what is known about (1) the size of the contingent workforce; (2) the characteristics and employment experiences of contingent versus standard workers; and (3) any differences in earnings, benefits, and measures of poverty between contingent and standard workers. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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