Women and Labor Attachment in the Canadian Labour Market


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Women and Labor Attachment in the Canadian Labour Market
Labor force attachment is a very effective tool at establishing a new perspective on employment trends within a domestic economy. It can help give a more well-rounded understanding of the state of the domestic workforce than simply identifying unemployment rates. The United Kingdom’s Bureau of Labor Statistics defines labour market attachment as a system which “examines the individual's proximity to the labour force, and can be considered as a spectrum from fully attached workers (the employed) at the one extreme to those who do not want a job at the other” (UKBLS 2006). Labor attachment in Canada has yielded some interesting data concerning the place of women in the workplace....
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.....p between women and labour market attachment.
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