Women in Low-Skill Work

24-05-2007

This study, focusing on the Czech Republic, Germany and the UK, provides a description as well as a quantified analysis of the occupational cluster of low-skill work from a gender perspective and presents best practices in the various national contexts and sectors that have helped to increase the positive perception of low-skill work, as well as its social and economic recognition.

This study, focusing on the Czech Republic, Germany and the UK, provides a description as well as a quantified analysis of the occupational cluster of low-skill work from a gender perspective and presents best practices in the various national contexts and sectors that have helped to increase the positive perception of low-skill work, as well as its social and economic recognition.

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Bettina Hieming, Karen Jaehrling, Thorsten Kalina and Claudia Weinkopf (Institut Arbeit und Qualifikation - IAQ at Universität Duisburg-Essen) ; in collaboration with Damian Grimshaw, Jill Rubery and Nirit Schimron (European Work and Employment Research Centre - EWERC at the Manchester Business School, University of Manchester) and Oleksandr Stupnytskyy (Research Institute for Labour and Social Affairs - RILSA, Prague)