Portugal tem um desempenho relativamente fraco em termos de qualidade do emprego
People spend most of their day and a significant part of their life at work. Therefore, job quality is a key determinant of well-being.
The 2014 OECD Employment Outlook paints a broad picture of job quality across OECD countries. This is based on three dimensions that are considered as essential aspects of job quality jobs:
– earnings quality (the level of earnings and degree of inequality);
– labour market security (risk of job loss and income support available);
– and quality of the working environment (work demands and conditions, and resources and support available to cope with these demands).
Compared to other OECD countries, Portugal performs below average in two of these three dimensions.
In “OECD Employment Outlook 2014 – Portugal”