Employment polarisation and job quality in the crisis: European Jobs Monitor 2013

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13 marts 2013
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13 marts 2013
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This report describes recent structural shifts in employment in European labour markets before, during and after the 2008–2009 recession. It finds that employment destruction across Europe in the recession was strongly polarising in terms of the wage structure, while there was less polarisation in 2010–2012. A jobs based approach identifies how net employment shifts at Member State and EU level have been distributed across jobs in different quintiles of the wage distribution. An executive summary is available - see Related content.
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    Employment polarisation and job quality in the crisis: European Jobs Monitor 2013

    This report describes recent structural shifts in employment in European labour markets before, during and after the 2008–2009 recession. It finds that employment destruction across Europe in the recession was strongly polarising in terms of the wage structure, while there was less polarisation in 2010–2012. A jobs based approach identifies how net employment shifts at Member State and EU level have been distributed across jobs in different quintiles of the wage distribution.

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    Polarisering i beskæftigelsen og jobkvalitet under krisen: European Jobs Monitor 2013

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    Eurofound
    I denne rapport beskrives den seneste strukturelle udvikling i beskæftigelsen på de europæiske arbejdsmarkeder før, under og efter recessionen i 2008–2009. Det konkluderes, at tabet af arbejdspladser i hele Europa under recessionen var stærkt polariseret med hensyn til lønstrukturen, mens polariseringen var mindre i 2010–2012. Der anvendes en jobbaseret metode for at identificere, hvordan nettoudviklingen i beskæftigelsen i de enkelte medlemsstater og på EU-plan har været fordelt på job i forskellige kvintiler af løngrupperne. To alternative kriterier for rangering af job bygger på arbejdstagernes gennemsnitlige uddannelsesniveau og et flerdimensionelt mål for jobkvaliteten, det såkaldt ikke-økonomiske jobkvalitetsindeks. Dette nye indeks, som er udledt af data fra den femte undersøgelse af europæiske arbejdsvilkår, bygger på en samling af oplysninger om en bred vifte af jobkvalitetsaspekter, som socialforskere har kædet sammen med arbejdstagernes velfærd.



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  • European Jobs Monitor

    This series brings together publications and other outputs of the European Jobs Monitor (EJM), which tracks structural change in European labour markets. The EJM analyses shifts in the employment structure in the EU in terms of occupation and sector and gives a qualitative assessment of these shifts using various proxies of job quality – wages, skill-levels, etc.

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