Sylvia Fuller

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Because temporary jobs are time-delimited, their implications for workers' economic security depend not only on their current characteristics, but also their place in longer-term patterns of mobility. Past research has typically asked whether temporary jobs are a bridge to better employment or trap workers in ongoing insecurity, investigating this question(More)
Is the economic insecurity associated with temporary employment transitory or lasting? What accounts for differences in medium-run earnings trajectories for workers first observed in temporary and permanent jobs? Although there is now a considerable body of research investigating mobility outcomes for temporary workers, most studies focus on single(More)
and the social assistance workers and clients we spoke to in the course of conducting this research. The content, opinions and any errors in this paper, however, are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the CCPA or SPARC BC. and Sociology). Andrea undertakes research on a variety of social policy issues related to income(More)
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