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The role of non-traditional work in the Australian labour market

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Labour force Working class Employment Work-life balance Productivity Work insecurity Australia
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Around 3.3 million people were engaged in ‘non-traditional’ work in 2004, representing approximately one third of all employed people. Overall, this number had grown since 1998, but non-traditional work’s share of the total workforce remained largely unchanged. Non-traditional work is mostly a temporary or transitory experience, except for a few groups of casual employees, such as women with children, according to this research paper.

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