Schedule Unpredictability among Early Career Workers in the US Labor Market: A National Snapshot

Source: Susan J. Lambert, Peter J. Fugiel, and Julia R. Henly, University of Chicago, Issue Brief, Executive Summary, July 17, 2014

From the abstract:
Unpredictable, precarious work schedules are transforming the nature of employment across the economy. Drawing on data from a well-regarded national survey, we provide the first-ever estimates of problematic scheduling practices among a representative sample of early-career adults (26 to 32 years old) in the US labor market.