Certain aspects of non-agricultural unemployment in Ireland
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Certain aspects of non-agricultural unemployment in Ireland by Robert Charles Geary

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Published in Dublin .
Written in English


  • Unemployment -- Ireland.

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Includes bibliographical references (p33).

Statementby R.C. Geary and J.G. Hughes.
SeriesEconomic and Social Research Institute -- paper no.52
ContributionsHughes, Joseph Gerard.
The Physical Object
Pagination33p. ;
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16684976M
ISBN 100901809101

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Many economies industrialize and so experience increasing numbers of non-agricultural workers. For example, the United States' non-agricultural labour force increased from 20% in to 50% in and 97% in The shift away from self-employment increases the percentage of the population that is included in unemployment rates. Geary RC, Hughes JG () Certain aspects of non-agricultural unemployment in Ireland, Paper no Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin Google Scholar Gershuny GI, Pahl RE () Work outside by: 3. Social change and everyday life in Ireland, – Book Description: There was some development of non-agricultural employment in Ireland between and , but this does not mean that there was work for everyone. Emigration masked the true extent of unemployment, millions of people moving from the country and sending home money. The concepts of employment and unemployment are most easily defined for a developed capitalist economy that has a market for wage labour. Employment is defined as working for at least one hour a Author: Raja Junankar.

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