Content with the tag: precariedad laboral
The duality between temporary and permanent contracts conditions the labour market in Spain and causes differences in job security and income. What impact does this have on people’s redistribution preferences?
Having a job is no longer sufficient for escaping poverty. Many households, especially with children, are experiencing in-work poverty associated with low wages or periods of inactivity.
The risk of poverty among the working-age population increased by 20% during the Great Recession. What role is played by social transfers?
Is the gig economy threatening workers’ wellbeing? The rise in temporary and self-employment, favoured by the digital platforms, seems to be affecting quality of life.
Four out of every ten workers in Spain, who have or are seeking a job, would be prepared to go and live somewhere else. Income and the professional career associated with upwards social mobility are the main reasons for interregional mobility.
This report contains analysis on the social situation in Spain and on the capacity of existing benefits and subsidies to guarantee a minimum income for all citizens, with the aim of reducing poverty and inequality.
Available in Spanish.