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Employment aspects of young lone parenthood in Ireland

Anthony McCashin

Employment aspects of young lone parenthood in Ireland

by Anthony McCashin

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Published by Irish Youth Work Press in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Single parents -- Employment -- Ireland.,
  • Single-parent family -- Economic aspects -- Ireland.,
  • Income distribution -- Ireland.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliog.

    StatementAnthony McCashin.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination71p.,[5] ;
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17158825M
    ISBN 101900416026
    OCLC/WorldCa38014507

      Motherhood is a significant and important aspect of life for many women around the globe. For women in communities where motherhood is highly desired, motherhood is considered crucial to the woman’s identity. Teenage motherhood, occurring at a critical developmental stage of teenagers’ lives, has been identified as having adverse social and health consequences.   But those of us who work directly with single parents know that these unjust stereotypes can be hugely damaging to young women or men taking their first steps into parenthood. Young Author: Orla Bardsley.

    LONE PARENTS IN THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND in tile nunlber of Ionc modlcr lamities. In , per cent of all children under 15 ill private households lived ill lone parent units -- this had incrcased to per cent by Data from the Labour Force Survey differs from Census data in a number of respects: it is based on a large. A further range of impacts in early adulthood and beyond include higher rates of early childbearing (McLanahan and Bumpass ), early marriage (Keith and Finlay ), marital dissolution (Amato and DeBoer ), lone parenthood (McLanahan and Booth ), low occupational status (Biblarz and Gottainer ), economic hardship (McLanahan and.

    The contributions included in this volume examine the dynamics of lone parenthood in the life course and explore the trajectories of lone parents in terms of income, poverty, labour, market behaviour, wellbeing, and health. Unemployment was twice as high in the south at 16% compared with % in Northern Ireland in Retail, health/social work and manufacturing employed the most people in both : Fionnan Sheehan.


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Employment aspects of young lone parenthood in Ireland by Anthony McCashin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book Section: Bradshaw, Jonathan () Policy and the employment of lone parents in 20 countries: introduction. In: Bradshaw, Jonathan, (ed.) The employment of lone parents: a comparison of policy in 20 countries. Family Policy Studies Centre, London, pp. ISBN [email protected] Reuse.

Young parents can face isolation, negative social attitudes, stress, anxiety and low self-esteem. They can also miss out on education and employment opportunities.

Many live on a small budget that does not allow for extras. It is important to be aware that, in working with a young parent, both parent and child come as a ‘package’.File Size: KB.

Introduction. Lone parenthood is an increasing reality in the 21st century, reinforced by the diffusion of divorce and separation. This volume provides a comprehensive portrait of lone parenthood at the beginning of the XXI century from a life course perspective.

The contributions included in this volume examine the dynamics of lone parenthood in the life course and explore the trajectories of lone parents. About this book. Lone parenthood is an increasing reality in the 21st century, reinforced by the diffusion of divorce and separation.

This volume provides a comprehensive portrait of lone parenthood at the beginning of the XXI century from a life course perspective. The contributions included in this volume examine the dynamics of lone parenthood in the life course and explore the trajectories of lone parents.

The changes also made lone parent payments for those with children above 7 dependent on an individual’s engagement with job search and training services.

Changes were made partly to boost employment levels, which are substantially lower for Irish lone parents than in other OECD countries. the basis of present knowledge about major trends in family formation in Ireland, identify the main gaps in the data which need to be filled, and draw implications.

In considering trends in family formation, it focuses on three major issues: decline in fertility, the growth and pattern of lone parenthood, and changes in household and family File Size: 7MB.

Table Prevalence of lone parenthood in Europe and the USA in % of all households in the country (age group 15–55, period –). 4 Table Occurrences of lone parenthood and length of the first occurrence in Europe, by education and sex. The Dynamics of Lone Parents, Employment and Poverty in Great Britain Stephen McKay children born in strongly suggests that outcomes for young adults (education, early parenthood) are affected by poverty whilst growing up, although without a separate effect for Nor does leaving lone parenthood affect rates of employment.

This shows. I’m in my 30s and I’ve been separated from my husband for a number of years and am alone with a young child. I find lone parenthood almost a heroic act. It’s such a hard and relentless job. Single mothers 'do just as good a job as couples' This article is more than 5 years old Poverty has a more detrimental effect on young children than lone parenthoodAuthor: Tracy Mcveigh.

ISSUE 19 - OCTOBER irish youthwork a joumal for youth workers PUBLISHED BY THE NATIONAL YOUTH FEDERATION Allen TD in placing the Youth Work Bill on the statute books).

Funding from the Department of Education has peaked at £12m (approx) with a less than comprehensive service being offered countrywide. Employment Aspects of. The unlawful employment of a young person; A young person, as defined in this act, is a person who has reached the age of 16 but is less than 18 years.

Section 6(1) of The Protection of Young Persons (Employment) act, is the relevant section of the Act. The double employment of a child or young person. parents in employment as a means of r educing child poverty le vels; employment r ates of lone parents have increased fr om 12% in to 5 7% in (Gloster et al., ).

T he introduction of. Ireland is not an outlier in terms of the scale of lone parenthood, the report says. Inper cent of children lived with a single parent – just above the OECD average of per : Kitty Holland. KW - employment/benefits. KW - comparative research. M3 - Book. T3 - The Family and Parenthood: Policy and Practice.

BT - The employment of lone parents: a comparison of policy in 20 countries. PB - Family Policy Studies Centre. CY - London. ER. One Family, the leading provider of specialist support services for one-parent families in Ireland, launched a major survey of lone parents and employment on 2 October The survey, funded by Combat Poverty Agency and supported by the Department of Social and Family Affairs, is the largest survey of One-Parent Family Payment recipients to be carried out.

Anthony McCashin, Employment Aspects of Young Lone Parenthood, Dublin, National Youth Federation and TREOIR, July, Report, Male Breadwinner; A Case Study of Gender and Social Security in the Republic of Ireland in, editor(s)Byrne, A. and M. Leonard, Women and Irish Society: A Sociological Reader, Belfast, Beyond the pale Publications,[A.

McCashin and G. Cook] Book. Lo ne Parents and Employment: What are the Real Issues. A research report by One Family November Promoting understanding - Informing policyFile Size: 1MB.

Chapter 2 sets out the prevalence of lone parenthood, comparing Ireland to other European and OECD countries. Census of Population data reveals a growth in the share of lone-parent families. However, this pattern is not confined to Ireland, as many European countries (Spain, France, Lithuania,File Size: 2MB.

experience poverty, and to have no adult in employment ¾Lone parents who are not in work face a number of barriers to finding employment and being able to reconcile it with their caring responsibilities ¾Lone parenthood is associated with lower well‐being (of lone. It found that the rate of lone parenthood is higher among essential employees compared to other employees.

The report said this is primarily driven by a high rate of lone parent employees in the.The growth of lone parenthood has been attributed to changes in structural forces such as patterns of employment and social mores and to women's control of their fertility through The Pill.

The 'liberation' of women, so hard won through the energy of Women's Movements since the s, raised the expectations of women about both their own rights.to improve outcomes for children and young people in Ireland (Department of Children and Youth Affairs, ) It is recognised that supporting parents is a very important element of the work to improve outcomes for children and young people.

It is also recognised that working in partnership is an important aspect of this work.