Productivity and the structure of employment
AbstractThe paper examines the structure of employment defined by industry, skill, age, part-time and casual employment status and the distribution of earnings. Employment patterns, and changes in employment profiles, are examined for differences between high productivity growth industry sectors and low productivity growth industry sectors.
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productivity - employment - labour - workforce - education - occupation - unemployment - skills;
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