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Who become irregular women employees? : focusing on past job experiences and characteristics of family, job, and individual

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Frame of Image  irregular employee at the present time. The purpose of this study is to review in detail, among women’s family related characteristics, job related characteristics, and individual demographic characteristics, which one increases the probability that they are currently in the state of irregular employment, and to empirically prove whether the previous job being irregular employment has significant impact on the probability of the current employment status being irregular. In the discussion below, I will first review the previous studies and explore their implications on this research. Secondly, I will present a regression model that this research will test empirically, define each variable, and suggest a method of measurement. Finally, I will present the results of the basic technical statistics and regression analysis. 2. Literature review There have been many studies on irregular employment. By research themes, they can be classified into: the researches on the definition of irregular employment and the estimate of its size (K. Choi, 2001; K. Park, 2001; I. Chung, 2001; J. Ahn et al., 2002), the researches on the macro structural factors that led to the increase of irregular employment and the causes for the softening of the labor market (J. Yoon and C. Yoo, 2000; J. Lee, 2001), the researches focusing on which employees with which characteristics in human resource supply aspects become irregular employees (H. Kwon, 2000; Y. Kim, 2003; W. Kim, 2007; J. Nahm, 2008), the rese


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Title Who become irregular women employees?
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focusing on past job experiences and characteristics of family, job, and individual

Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Lee, Taek- Myon

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[Seoul]:The Korean Women's Development Institute

Date 2009
Journal Title; Vol./Issue GSPR:vol. 2
Pages 12
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Employment
Social Development < Gender
Holding KWDI; KDI School

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