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Jennifer Renda

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Report

6 Aug 2015
191

Presents a review of government initiatives that help families balance their work and family responsibilities, highlighting innovative ideas and including a discussion of international trends and themes.

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This AIFS Research Report presents a review of government initiatives that help families balance...

Report

24 Jan 2011
349

While more mothers have been participating in the paid workforce over recent years, the employment rate of lone mothers remains lower than that of couple mothers. Concerns about the wellbeing of adults and children living in jobless households contribute to continuing interest in explaining the...

Report

23 Jul 2007
12

This paper looks at the employment aspirations and expectations of mothers with and without long-term health problems, and the relationship between their desire to work and the reality of their participation in the labour force.

Report

6 Jun 2006
5

Matthew Gray and Jennifer Renda present evidence on the extent to which non-working, lone and couple mothers who would like to work, can estimate the minimum wage which they need to be paid in order to accept a job offer (their reservation wage).

Report

2 Mar 2006
159

Since September 2003 the Parenting Payment recipients whose youngest child is 13 to 15 years old have been reuired to undertake one or more activities (such as job search, education, training or community work) to develop and enhance their work skills and prepare them for...

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