misemployment


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misemployment

(ˌmɪsɪmˈplɔɪmənt)
n
wrong use or employment
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Drilon said the enactment of the bill into law would "help upgrade the country's nursing profession and sustain the Philippine's leading role in the health-care labor market, and address its most pressing issues, such as unemployment and misemployment of Filipino nurses.
Corruption originates from the existence of benefits and imperfect market mechanisms, being the misemployment of public office for personal profit.
The concept of misemployment was highlighted again in Bhattacharya and Schoppelrey's (2004) study of pre-immigration beliefs and post-immigration experiences with 75 sets of parents who had emigrated from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan to New York City (NYC).