Overskilling, job insecurity and career mobility : evidence from Australia. /Series: Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social ResearchPublication details: Parkville, Vic. Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research 2007 Description: PDFISBN: 0734032390; 14475863(Online); 9780734032393Subject(s): Labour Market | Labour Mobility | Job Security | Skilled Labour | Longitudinal Studies | University Of Melbourne. Melbourne Institute Of Applied Economicand Social Research (MIAESR) | Household, Income And Labour Dynamics In Australia Survey (hilda) | Employment/unemploymentDDC classification: INTERNET Online Resources: Electronic copy
INTO AND OUT OF WORK
This paper uses longitudinal data to examine the extent to which overskilling is a transitory phenomenon that declines with increased labour market mobility. The results suggest that while overskilled workers are more likely to want to quit, they are relatively unconfident of finding an improved labour market match.