under-employment


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under-employment

[ˌʌndərɪmˈplɔɪmənt] nsottoccupazione f
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Behavioural and emotional difficulties and under- achievement can lead to under-employment in later life.
2 per cent per annum is facing an alarming situation of unemployment and under-employment.
Recognizing the challenges many Americans currently face with unemployment and under-employment, Wells Fargo has consistently worked to assist these borrowers through modifications and other available options.
Ian Mearns, Labour's Gateshead MP, said the unemployment rate remains high in comparison to other regions and added under-employment was an issue.
However, the much of the employment growth has been in low wage jobs and under-employment.
The research shows that while unemployment has fallen in Wales by 35,000 since the last election, under-employment has risen by 26,255.
The high level of under-employment in rural areas remains a major challenge.
The report reveals that under-employment and low wages are now greater causes of poverty than unemployment.
Under-employment, low pay and temporary zero-hour contracts will be among the topics under debate as the TUC's annual conference opens today.
We have big problems with youth unemployment and the new phenomenon of under-employment.
She added: "Ministers need to acknowledge the problems of under-employment and insecure work, as it is eroding people's living standards.
So unemployment may have dipped slightly, but under-employment is soaring and real wages are falling.