THE NATURE AND INTENSITY OF THE IMPACT OF THE LABOR MARKET, POPULATION AND FAMILY ON POVERTY FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES ACROSS WORLD ECONOMIES
The aim of the article is, with the help of empirical analysis, to verify and further expand knowledge about the existence and nature of the influence of selected indicators of the labor market, population and family on poverty from different points of view. In global economies, for example, the NAIRU indicator of men with auxiliary occupations and the percentage of women working at home with 1 child aged 12 and over had an adverse impact on the indicator of the inability to face unexpected financial costs. An adverse impact was found on the indicator of people's risk of poverty or social exclusion by age and gender, including the NAIRU indicator of men with the occupation operator and the tax rate indicator of an earning spouse with two children. On the contrary, the percentage of women working at home with 1 child 12 had a positive impact on the indicator of people's risk of poverty or social exclusion by region, for example. The NAIRU indicator of women with less than primary education aged 40-44 had a positive impact on the indicator of the risk of poverty for the elderly, among others years and an indicator of the length of working hours of an employed man as a sales and service worker.
Keywords: Inability to face unexpected costs, People at risk of poverty or social exclusion, Share of housing costs in household disposable income, Risk of poverty for the elderly, Labor cost index by NACE, GPG, Long working hours in main job, NEET, NAIRU.