labour market


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labour market

labor market (Am) nmercato del lavoro
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27) Furthermore, it is hardly likely that all current participants in labour market programmes would be officially unemployed if the programmes suddenly ceased to exist; some would leave the labour force, temporarily or permanently.
The company predicts that access to a large and appropriately skilled labour market is having an increasing effect on prime locations for industrial occupiers in deciding where to locate.
The introduction of welfare-to-work policies in Canada is but one indication of a neo-liberal shift which is moving Canada from a model of social citizenship, where all citizens are entitled to a base level of benefits, to a model of market citizenship, where citizenship entitlement is contingent upon a person's attachment to the labour market (Baker & Tippin, 1999; Brodie, 1997).
Ben Wallace, manager of labour market research company Employment Trends Limited has created a new way for business owners to find employees with his Labour Market website (www.
Welcome Home to Canada project, Pier 21, Halifax: To help 12 young newcomers learn skills that will make it easier for them to enter the Canadian labour market.
Federalism, Democracy, and Labour Market Policy in Canada (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2000).
To provide for an active population, the labour market is dominated by a diverse service economy.
The paper discusses the methodological issues raised by a study comparing labour market entry of young people in two expanding and two contracting labour markets in West Germany and England.
In doing this, she provides a new dimension to the study of the labour market in South Africa.
These thirteen papers, based on a conference on the "Evolution of Labour Market Structures" held at McGill University in February 1991, were intended "to focus on the quantifiable characteristics of labour market structures and to analyse their behaviour over time," and to provide for exchange between labor economists and economic historians dealing with the development and performance of labor markets in the past.
9 (Paris, France, Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development, 1992) is available from Labour Market and Social Policy Occasional Papers, Directorate for Education, Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, OECD, 2, rue Andre-Pascal, 75775 Paris CEDEX 16, France.
The book under review makes an effective contribution to focusing attention on the issues of urban poverty and the labour market.