Costs of being in work: a review of literature and research

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Sainsbury, R;
(1999)
  • Publisher: Social Research Branch, Department of Social Security

This report presents a review of literature and research exploring the financial costs people incur moving into, and staying in work. The review includes information on start-up, travel, childcare and other costs encountered when in work. The report also discusses the p... View more
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