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Correlational Subjects » EMPLOYMENT » Development of one's employment » Change in employment » Change in having work » Became unemployed

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EMPLOYMENT Development of one's employment Change in employment Change in having work Became unemployed
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job loss

List of Findings on this Subject

Correlate as named by investigator People investigated Finding Employment status 27-47 aged academics, unemployed and reemployed, Israel, 1983 Change in employment 21-60 aged, urban areas, USA, 1963 - 64 Change in labour market status 20-64 aged males, Germany, followed 6 years, 1984-1990 Falling into unemployment 20-64 aged males, Germany, followed 6 years, 1984-1990 Fell unemployed Young adults, followed from age 18 to 30, The Netherlands, 1987-1999 Falling unemployed Employed, who fell unemployed, West-Germany 1984-2004 Change in unemployment status 21-64 aged working force, Germany, 1998-1999 Change in unemployment status 21-64 aged working force, Germany, 1998-1999 Falling into unemployment 20-64 aged males, Germany, followed 6 years, 1984-1990 Voluntary/unvoluntary unemployment 20-64 aged males, Germany, followed 6 years, 1984-1990 Change in employment status 20+ aged, The Netherlands, 1998-2009 Employment status 21-64 aged, general public, Germany, followed 14 years, 1985-1999 Job 18+ aged general public, Germany, followed 21 years, 1985-2006 Change in employment (fixed effected analysis) Working age people, UK, followed 10 years 1996-2006 Reason for job los 18-65 aged, general public, Germany, followed yearly, 1991-2012 Unemployed immediately Former employees, Ontario, Canada, 1982 Change employment status Aged 23-96, Canada, 1981-1988 Employment status 14+ aged general public, Switserland, followed 12 years 1999-2012 Fell unemployed in 2008 18 to 60 age, working age urban population, China, 2008 Employment status 18+ aged, general public, United States of America, 2005 - 2009 Unemployed 16+ aged, general public, United Kingdom, 2006 Retirement 50-75 aged adults,UK, followed 6 years, 2005-2011