From the perspective of historical development, it is the product of modern development of our industrial structure and employment structure, as well as a part of urbanization that peasants have been going to cities.
The employment structure has important impact on the modernization. To realize modernization,the employment structure should be reasonable and have positive effects on the development of social economy. We should do our effort to reduce its negative effects.
The practice of more than 20 years from 1980s to now in our country has proved that the indursty structrue、 occupation structrue、 family structrue and the value conception、 marriage conception、 occupation conception and family conception of the poverty areas have changed deeply through development tourist resourse in the abundent tourist resourse areas.
The analysis is complemented by a comparison of trends in the employment structure of Berlin and Warsaw during the period 1994-2002.
Adjustment, Stabilisation and the Analysis of the Employment Structure in Turkey: An Input- Output Approach
Input-output anatomy of changes in employment structure in Austria between 1964 and 1976
The population policy choices made in China will determine the future size, age composition, employment structure, and family patterns of a population that currently includes more than a fifth of the world's people.
My study emphasizes that the institutional employment structure cannot be overlooked when studying temporary employees.
Also, the changing structure of employment opportunities within urban areas has had direct effects on the nature of the poverty problem in terms of spatial segregation and the persistence of poverty in urban areas.
The class structure of employment relations is therefore argued to be equivalent across the sexes, so confirming the generality of class relations as conceptualised by Goldthorpe and his colleagues.
Changes in the structure of employment will raise aggregate productivity when the marginal product of labor varies across sectors.
An essential feature of these models is that market access acts as the principal determinant of the spatial structure of employment and factor prices.
As regards the sectoral structure of employment at Belgian subsidiaries abroad, this ects the image presented by nancial stocks.
Like most of the industrialized nations of the world, Japan is undergoing changes in its occupational structure, in its societal values about work and achievement, and in the demographics of its work force.
Our findings focus on the distribution of occupations available to women, important trends during the period, and factors contributing to changes in the occupational structure of early America.
Economic subsystems and the occupational structure: A comparison of Hungary and the United States
In the first section, a conceptual framework for recovering houseworkers for class analysis is introduced, and a historically-based argument for representing them in the occupational structure is advanced.
Age and sex in the occupational structure: A United States-Japan comparison