Global precarious employment and health inequalities: working conditions, social class, or precariat?
Cadernos de Saúde Pública, January 2016
Changes in employment conditions since the 1980s have been referred to as precarious employment, and terms like flexible, atypical, temporary, part-time, contract, self-employed, irregular, or non-standard employment have also been used. In this essay I review some of the current critiques to the precarious employment construct and advance some potential solutions for its use in epidemiology and public health.
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