This study analysed the behaviors of korean youth paid-workers using Korea Labor & Income Panel Study. Main factors of downgrading employment and its effects on wage and job mobility are estimated and compared by period.
The results show that general situation of downgrading employment of paid-workers seems to have been improved since 2000 but it does not apply to weakened labor group like non-regular worker, employee in small sized company. Secondly, both wage difference by education levels and the wage loss from downgrading employment has been increased. Thirdly, job mobility was mainly occurred in 4-year college educated workers. Those results could be interpreted positively in that compensation system is getting closely related to job assignment rather than to education level but they also implied that persistency of downgrading employment in weakened labor group and wage loss from downgrading employment sapped the willingness of youth workers to participate in labor market.
- 청년층 임금근로자의 하향취업 행태(Behaviors of youth paid-workers in downgrading employment)
청년층 임금근로자의 하향취업 행태(Behaviors of youth paid-workers in downgrading employment)
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Social Development < Employment|