In and Out of the Labour Market: Long-Term Income Consequences of Interruptions in Paid Work
What are the long-term income consequences of interruptions to paid work? Little is known about the effects of labour market withdrawals for th efuture incomes of Canadian workers (though see Robinson, 1986 which looks at occupational attainment). Does an interruption result in a different age-income profile or simply slower progress along the same path as anyone else? Does it matter whether the individual returns to part-time versus full-tim employment; to the same job versus a different job?
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