• Political Science
  • Published 2008

Working on: choice or necessity?

@inproceedings{Clayton2008WorkingOC,
  title={Working on: choice or necessity?},
  author={Pamela M. Clayton},
  year={2008}
}
The research focus is on personal and other factors that pre-dispose, motivate and enable people to have longer working lives, drawing on both primary research and secondary sources. After a statistical overview of the European situation, most of the data used is from the United Kingdom, where substantial research has been carried out. Unless otherwise stated, research data are British. Surveys have shown a range of predictive factors, and that financial necessity and job satisfaction are two… CONTINUE READING

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