Multiple jobholding is an emerging labour market phenomenon. While there is growing literature on the profiles and motivations of those who engage in this practice, few studies take a qualitative approach. This article aims to address this gap by analysing the way in which 101 workers, interviewed in five European countries, frame their condition as moonlighters. Our study provides evidence of the great diversity and complexity of these workers’ overlapping motivations and identities as well as of their association with some recent trends in the labour market.

Pais, I., Pérez De Guzmán Padrón, S., Del Moral-Espín, L., The (new) moonlighting: between survival and selfrealization at work. A look from the European experience, <<CUADERNOS DE RELACIONES LABORALES>>, 2024; (42/1)): 41-57. [doi:https://dx.doi.org/10.5209/crla.89110] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/270115]

The (new) moonlighting: between survival and selfrealization at work. A look from the European experience

Pais, Ivana;
2024

Abstract

Multiple jobholding is an emerging labour market phenomenon. While there is growing literature on the profiles and motivations of those who engage in this practice, few studies take a qualitative approach. This article aims to address this gap by analysing the way in which 101 workers, interviewed in five European countries, frame their condition as moonlighters. Our study provides evidence of the great diversity and complexity of these workers’ overlapping motivations and identities as well as of their association with some recent trends in the labour market.
2024
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Pais, I., Pérez De Guzmán Padrón, S., Del Moral-Espín, L., The (new) moonlighting: between survival and selfrealization at work. A look from the European experience, <<CUADERNOS DE RELACIONES LABORALES>>, 2024; (42/1)): 41-57. [doi:https://dx.doi.org/10.5209/crla.89110] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/270115]
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