Related BLS programs | Related articles
June, 2000, Vol. 123, No. 6
Flexible schedules and shift work: replacing the '9-to-5' workday?
Thomas M. Beers
Economist, Division of Labor Force Statistics, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Flexible work hours have gained in prominence, as more than a quarter of all workers can now vary their schedules; however, there has been little change in the proportion who work a shift other than a regular daytime shift.
Read excerpt Download full article in PDF (48K)
Related BLS programs
Current Population Survey
Related Monthly Labor Review articles
Entry into and consequences of nonstandard work arrangements.—Oct. 1996.
Within Monthly Labor Review Online:
Welcome | Current Issue | Index | Subscribe | Archives
Exit Monthly Labor Review Online:
BLS Home | Publications & Research Papers