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Longitudinal Study: HILDA
Title: Transitions Out of Casual Employment: The Australian Experience
Authors: Wooden, M 
Buddelmeyer, H 
Publication Date: Mar-2011
Pages: 109-130
Keywords: Australia
Casual Employment
Abstract: This paper uses longitudinal data to examine the extent to which casual employees, who account for almost 25 percent of all Australian employees, are able to access non-casual jobs in the future, and to contrast their experiences with that of other labor market participants. A dynamic mixed multinomial logit model of labor market states is estimated which reveals high rates of mobility from casual employment into non-casual employment. Among men, casual employees are found to be far more likely to make the transition into non-casual employment than otherwise comparable unemployed job seekers. For women, however, this is not the case.
DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-232X.2010.00627.x
Keywords: Employment -- Labour mobility; Employment
Research collection: Journal Articles
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