Displaced Workers: Differences in Nonmetro and Metro Experience in the Mid-1990s
by Karen Hamrick
Rural Development Research Report No. (RDRR-92) 40 pp, October 2001
During 1995-97, 3.4 million workers were displaced from their jobs, of whom 500,000 (15 percent) were nonmetro workers. This report examines the displaced workers' experience in metro and nonmetro areas using survey and administrative data. Although nonmetro workers were less likely to be displaced than metro workers, they had a lower probability of finding employment after losing their jobs. Nonmetro workers were less likely to be covered by legislation providing advance notice of job loss and providing retirement and health insurance benefits after being laid off. A variety of programs are available to assist displaced workers in nonmetro areas.
Keywords: Rural unemployment, displacement, dislocation, unemployment, dislocated worker programs, Trade Adjustment Assistance
In this publication...
- Contents, 9 kb
- Abstract, 9 kb
- Summary, 11 kb
- Introduction, 27 kb
- Displaced Workers: Who Are They?, 46 kb
- Models and Estimates, 37 kb
- Policies To Assist Displaced Workers, 34 kb
- Conclusions, 11 kb
- References, 21 kb
- Endnotes, 23 kb
- Entire Report, 142 kb
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