A whole lesson on this topic written designed according to the recent syllabus. It covers the whole of IGCSE individual’s choice of Occupation - Wage and non-wage factors syllabus June and November 2020 - 2022 and March 2020 - 2022 It is good for Teaching, engaging students with questions and answers to help students’ discover, understanding, preparing themselves as you guide them for the final IGCSE exams.
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
Workers: 3.3.1 factors affecting an individual’s choice of Occupation - Wage and non-wage factors.
3.3.2 wage determination - The influences of demand and supply, relative bargaining power and government policy, including minimum wage.
3.3.3 reasons for differences in earnings - How changes in demand and supply, relative bargaining strengths, discrimination and government
policy can all influence differences in earnings between workers whether they are: skilled/unskilled; primary/secondary/tertiary; male/female; private sector/public sector. Definition, drawing and interpretation of diagrams that illustrate the effects of changes in demand and supply in the labour market
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