It’s More than Poverty
Employment Precarity and Household Well-being
United Way Toronto’s newest report, It’s More than Poverty: Employment Precarity and Household Well-being examines dramatic changes in precarious employment over the last few decades, revealing that only sixty percent of all workers in our region have stable, secure jobs. In addition to looking at the impact of precarious employment on individuals, the report also looked at its harmful effect on families and communities.
Read the report: It’s More than Poverty (PDF — 5.85 MB)
Read the executive summary: It’s More than Poverty (PDF — 1.33 MB)
This report was made possible with funds from United Way Toronto, McMaster University, and Social sciences and Humanities Reasearch Council/Community University Reasearch Alliances project on Poverty and Employment Precarity in Southern Ontario.