Precarious Work

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Precarious Work - (adjective + noun)


This is typically used to describe work that is insecure - for example fixed-term work and temporary agency work. It is is also used to describe employment that doesn’t have proper social security coverage.


Source: Adapted from Eurofound
Example of Use: Many people in precarious work have great difficulty organising loans as they don’t have stable, long-term income.