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Young-Mi Kim (Yonsei University)

  • 2016.12
  • 1 - 29(29 pages)

DOI : 10.21562/kjs.2016.12.50.6.1

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This study aims to estimate the impact of US restructuring during the late 1990s and the early 2000s on workers’ career trajectories, in terms of changes in patterns of occupational mobility. In this study, I introduce various middle range theories that emphasize specific aspects of restructuring and test whether their predictions regarding the impact of restructuring on workers’ careers accurately account for observed patterns of occupational mobility. Based on estimation from the Survey of Income and Program Participation, the result shows that the career trajectory of U.S. workers has significantly changed since 1990 and, more importantly, the profiles of the changes have been remarkably different between internal mobility and external mobility. Most notably, occupational immobility has increased among workers who stayed in the same firm and decreased among workers who switched firms. To conclude, employment restructuring in the U.S. appears to have proceeded in a way that incorporates both functional flexibility and numerical flexibility, creating polarized groups of “organizational insiders” and “organizational outsiders.” As a result, workers’ career trajectories have been significantly transformed both inside and outside organizations. #employment restructuring #occupational mobility #deindustrialization #boundaryless career #labor market dualism

DEINDUSTRIALIZATION, BOUNDARYLESS CAREERS, AND LABOR MARKET DUALISM
MODELING OCCUPATIONAL MOBILITY
DATA
RESULTS
DISCUSSION
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