Re-entry monitoring in Austria and the nine provinces, 2nd version

The design of the study is orientated towards the first version of the re-entry monitoring for the Vienna Chamber of Labour conducted in 2012. The aim of the project is to elaborate the employment history of people in parental leave within the observation period 2006 to 2012.
In contrast to the first version of the re-entry monitoring, the current study is characterised through an extended scope of issues, such as:

  • Single parents in re-entry processes
  • Models of child-care allowance and their impact on the re-entry processes
  • Parents’ relationship behaviour during the receipt of child-care allowance

The current study includes nationwide as well as province-based results of the re-entry processes.

Topics: Aging, Education and Training, Labour Market, Social Issues, Youth
Client: Chamber of Labour Vienna
Team: Andreas Riesenfelder, Lisa Danzer
Status: beendet
from: 2014 to: 2015