Arbeitsqualität und Jobsuche von erwerbstätigen Grundsicherungsbeziehern
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KeywordsIAB-Haushaltspanel; Arbeitslosengeld II-Empfänger; Grundsicherung nach SGB II; Aufstocker; Qualität der Arbeit; Arbeitsbedingungen; Arbeitsbelastung; Arbeitsplatzqualität; psychosoziale Faktoren; Arbeitsuche;
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