under-employment


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under-employment

[ˌʌndərɪmˈplɔɪmənt] nsottoccupazione f
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Unemployment and under-employment of youths is at the highest now.
A STAFFING platform business is on the hunt for a major funding boost to drive major expansion plans, amid a "worrying" rise in under-employment.
Mr Shah said that in such circumstances almost everyone, including salaried class and the labour class were faced with under-employment like situation.
Even though Scotland has record low unemployment, which is, of course, welcome, at 3.2 per cent, beneath that are stubborn issues of under-employment, exploitation and intergenerational inequality.
We also have unemployment and under-employment and we can use our human resources if we only maximize the natural resources that God has given us abundantly.
Olayinka noted youth unemployment and under-employment is an urgent global concern.
'We cannot afford to go to sleep as elected representatives of our people in this very challenging environment that our people have found themselves, talking of insecurity or the challenge of unemployment and under-employment.'
If we manage to convince the IMF to give us another loan, even with a more graduated path of fiscal discipline, this programme would invariably imply public austerity measures which will complicate other needed measures, such as curbing the high unemployment and under-employment rates in the country.
This would solve the unemployment problem overnight, as well as under-employment, and the plague of low wages, because companies would have to pay at least the minimum wage, to attract workers.
The report highlights 10 major risks to doing business in South Asia including failure of national governance, unmanageable inflation, unemployment and under-employment, failure of regional and global governance, cyber attacks, failure of critical infrastructure, energy price shock, failure of financial mechanism or institution, water crises and large-scale involuntary migration.
The report highlights unemployment or under-employment as the third leading risk for the region.
The think tank identified three main reasons for sluggish wage growth: under-employment, a decline in the effect of an increasingly-educated workforce on wages and the failure to solve the productivity crisis.