Inequality in Labour Markets

In this thesis, Helen Athene Laws explores declines in hours per worker and found they were far higher in routine, manual jobs. In contrast, there was a lower relative decline in hours per worker in higher skilled jobs – even when they were routine-task heavy. This suggests that patterns in hours per worker exacerbate the impact of employment polarisation on wage inequality.

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