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Allow our Economics academic staff to explore their subject area in a greater depth with your students, either delivered in your school or college or virtually, so they can get a taste of higher education study. at Birmingham City University

Mini Lecture: The Good Work Time Series

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Allow our Economics academic staff to explore their subject area in a greater depth with your students, either delivered in your school or college or virtually, so they can get a taste of higher education study.
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Suitable for students interested in studying Economics, Finance, Accounting or Business subjects.

Covid-19 has upended our world of work and amplified the underlying inequalities in our society. We have seen the gulf widen between those in good work, and those whose working lives are precarious and uncertain, including many key workers across the country. It has become starkly apparent that the social and economic burden of the pandemic is not borne equally. Against this background, the Institute for the Future of Work’s Good Work Monitor builds a detailed sub-regional map of access to good work across the country. This session examines the relationship between areas with good work and their corresponding death rates. 

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