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Rethinking Good and Bad Jobs in Glasgow

Rethinking Good and Bad Jobs in Glasgow
15 pages

Authors
Warhurst, Chris

Publication date
01 Nov 2011

Publisher
Oxfam GB

Series
Whose Economy Papers

Type
Discussion paper

Scottish politicians are now beginning to recognise that job quality matters. If the Scottish Government is to create a fairer, wealthier Scotland, job quality needs to become embedded in policy thinking. This paper outlines what job quality generally and then examines good and bad jobs pertinent to Glasgow, ending with suggestions about how job quality can be improved.

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