Effect of COVID-19 pandemic on the employment of young people in wholesale and retail service sector
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Effect of COVID-19 pandemic on the employment of young people in wholesale and retail service sector

3 November 2022

Summary

The rest of the paper proceeds as follows: A brief review of the literature on the effect of COVID-19 pandemic on employment in general, and on the employment of young people in particular, is presented in the next section (Section 2). [...] Those who worked in the finance and accounts section were 2.6 percent less likely to report an increase in the number of employees in their section of because of the COVID-19 pandemic and 22.2 percent more likely to report a decrease in the number of employees in their section. [...] A similar finding is observed for those in the retail section of the business where 1.7 percent of young employees were less likely to report an increase in the number of employees in their section because of the COVID-19 pandemic while 11.2 percent were more likely to report a decrease in the number of employees in their section. [...] For all the categories of days worked (except working for six to seven days a week), young employees were less likely to report an increase in the number of employees in their section as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and more likely to report a decrease in the number of employees in their section for all the categories of days worked. [...] For all the occupational groups (except professional/technical staff and the driver/transport category) young employees were more likely to report an increase in the number of employees in their section as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic while they were less likely to report a decrease in number of employees in their section as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic (including the driver/transport ca.

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