Low-Skill Jobs, Work Hours, and Paid Time Off

Brief

Low-Skill Jobs, Work Hours, and Paid Time Off

Brief No. 2
December 4, 2008

Abstract

This brief uses data from the 2007 Survey of Employers in the Low-Skill Labor Market to examine the scheduling demands employers place on workers recently hired to fill noncollege jobs and to assess the availability of paid time off, sick leave and other benefits that help workers balance their work and family lives.

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