Study Of Underemployment

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Kathryn E

 

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April 11, 2015

 

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Conclusion 2. Detection of invisible underemployment 3. Solutions 4. Measure to combat underemployment Section I 1. Introduction Most economists instinctively dismiss the term underemployment when they first encounter it. The conventional wisdom is that someone is working, seeking work, or voluntarily out of the labor force...
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If they do not like their job or the number of hours worked per week, they will pursue opportunities until they find a better fit. However, a bit of reflection suggests that the concept of underemployment is quite relevant and important. While people have wide and continuous preferences for hours worked per day or week, most jobs available still require thirty-five to forty hours per week spread over five days...
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