This research analyzes the degree of precariousness of the labor market in Mexico through 1995-2010 years, according to the dimensions of temporality, vulnerability, wage insufficiency and unprotected work. The first part of the study made a revision of the academic literature on the concept of labor precariousness. The second part proposes integral indicators of this phenomenon at national and state levels, in order to propose public policies guidelines that help to attenuate it.
|Revista Enfoques: Ciencia Política y Administración Pública
|Published - 2010