Never the same after the first time: the satisfaction of the second-generation self-employed

Abstract : The authors believe that this is one of the first papers to distinguish between types of self-employed in terms of their higher satisfaction. The finding that parents' labour force status continues to have a significant impact on their children's job satisfaction argues for a more systematic consideration of intergenerational factors in the analysis of labour markets.
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Andrew E. Clark, Nathalie Colombier, David Masclet. Never the same after the first time: the satisfaction of the second-generation self-employed. International Journal of Manpower, Emerald, 2008, 29 (7), pp.591-609. ⟨10.1108/01437720810908910⟩. ⟨halshs-00754263⟩

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