jobholding


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Two (or three) is not equal to one: Multiple jobholding as a neglected topic in organizational research.
"Multiple Public Private Jobholding of Health Care Providers in Developing Countries: An Exploration of Theory and Evidence." London: Department for International Development Health Systems Resource Centre.
Multiple Jobholding as an Alternative to Turnover: Examining the Decision to Moonlight or Quit.
(2) Statistics Canada, Multiple Jobholding, by Sex and Age: Moonlighting is Now More Common among Women than Men, Cat.
A follow-up request led to an earlier article on Multiple Jobholding during the 2000s (http://1.usa.gov/1qORToI) that explained the source of data and methods used by the Department's Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
ABS (Australian Bureau of Statistics) (1997), Multiple Jobholding, Australia, August, cat.
Cuizon (2004) Multiple Public-Private Jobholding of Health Care Providers in Developing Countries: An Exploration of Theory and Evidence.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics cites reasons such as low average commuting times as a possible explanation for high multiple jobholding percentages in certain states.
More contentiously, they also argue that the concept of precarity should not be applied in cases where temporary and own-account jobs or multiple jobholding represent genuine choices.
Overall, 26 states experienced a decrease in multiple jobholding rates, 4 states experienced no change and 20 states experience an increase, according to the BLS.
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) show that in 2006, 31 States and the District of Columbia had multiple jobholding rates higher than that of the national average, and 19 States had lower rates.