DARBAS NAMŲ ŪKYJE KAIP (NE)PROFESIONALIZACIJOS SOCIALINĖ-EKONOMINĖ PROBLEMA

Dalė Andreikėnienė

Abstract


This article discusses non-salaried work in the household. The definition of non-salaried work in the household is formulated by the author, changes in the household are analyzed along with the structure and diversification of the varieties of household work. In research the family is interpreted as a household. It is proposed to evaluate work in the household as a section encompassed by social work in the manner that a composite product or an encompassed part of a social product is evaluated, and therefore up to the present time the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) for a single inhabitant without the income of a household, as a universal indicator, is unable in itself to show the level of people’s welfare. Work, carried out in the household and performed as non-salaried, household labor, would be included, though not insured, as the calculated length of service of the working activity of the person. In evaluating the features of the welfare of inhabitants, it would be more accurate to analyze non-salaried household work carried out in the household along with the characteristics and the structure of consumer requirements and their level of satisfaction and opportunities. This analysis will appraise the extent of the well being of society and its changing trends.

KEY WORDS: economic growth, the differentiation of the resources of inhabitants and unpaid household work, indicators, social differences, universal welfare.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15181/tbb.v71i2.1101


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