CHANGES IN LABOUR RESOURCES IN INDIVIDUAL FARMING IN THE YEARS 2000-2005
Treść / Zawartość
The aim of the study is to present the changes in the number and social and demographic features of the population connected with farming, as well as to show the specificity and complexity of employment issues in individual farming, and the discussion of changes in relations within the scope of labour force in peasant farming and the influence of hired labour in family farm on the rural labour market. The years 2000-2005 were the period in which farming families limited their own labour effort, although the relations within the scope of labour in individual farms still have remarkably family nature. In general, one can observe small influence of employment possibilities in farms on easing imbalance on the rural labour market as in 2005 individual farming created permanent job possibilities for 30 thousand people and seasonal and temporary jobs for the group of app. 470 thousand people. At that time, the open unemployment rate in Polish farming families may be determined at 369 thousand and the hidden unemployment rate at app. 500 thousand people.
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