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Parental Exposure to Routine Work Schedule Uncertainty and Child Behavior
By Daniel Schneider and Kristen Harknett

Uncertain Time: Precarious Schedules and Job Turnover in the U.S. Service Sector
By Daniel Schneider and Kristen Harknett

Schedule instability and unpredictability and worker and family health and wellbeing
By Daniel Schneider and Kristen Harknett, Washington Center for Equitable Growth

Kristen Harknett, Daniel Schneider, and Rebecca Wolfe. “Losing Sleep over Work Scheduling?: The Relationship between Work Schedules and Sleep Quality for Service Sector Workers.,” SSM-Population Health (October 2020): 100681.

Kristen Harknett, Daniel Schneider, and Sigrid Luhr. “Who Cares if Parents have Unpredictable Work Schedules?: Just-in-Time Work Schedules and Child Care Arrangements,” Social Problems (September 2020).

Adam Storer, Daniel Schneider, and Kristen Harknett. “What Explains Racial/Ethnic Inequality in Job Quality in the Service Sector?,” American Sociological Review 85, no. 4 (August 2020): 537–72.

Daniel Schneider and Kristen Harknett. “Hard Times: Routine Schedule Unpredictability and Material Hardship among Service Sector Workers,” Social Forces (August 2020).

Daniel Schneider. “Paid sick leave in Washington state: Evidence on employee outcomes, 2016–2018,” American Journal of Public Health 110, no. 4 (March 2020): 499-504.

Daniel Schneider and Kristen Harknett. “What’s to like? Facebook as a tool for survey data collection,” Sociological Methods & Research (November 2019): 0049124119882477.

Daniel Schneider and Kristen Harknett. “Consequences of Routine Work-Schedule Instability for Worker Health and Well-Being,” American Sociological Review 84(1) (February 2019): 82–114.

Daniel Schneider, Kristen Harknett, and Matthew Stimpson. “Job Quality and the Educational Gradient in Entry Into Marriage and Cohabitation,” Demography 56(2) (January 2019): 451–476.

Dani Carrillo, Kristen Harknett, Allison Logan, Sigrid Luhr, and Daniel Schneider. “Instability of Work and Care: How Work Schedules Shape Child-Care Arrangements for Parents Working in the Service Sector,” Social Service Review 91, no. 3 (September 2017): 422-455.