Independent statistics show that there are over 100,000 fewer people who say they are under-employed
compared to a year ago, and that full-time jobs account for more than three quarters of the rise in employment since 2010.
According to Tony Nicholson, if the number of unemployed people in Australia is added to the number of those who are officially under-employed
, the number of young people who "are really struggling to get a foothold in the world of work goes up to 580,000.
5 million unemployed, three million under-employed
Occupations with the highest number of under-employed
workers included cleaners, caterers and labourers, with the highest rates in the East Midlands, Yorkshire and Humber, the North East and the South West, where more than 10% of workers wanted to work more hours.
The report warns that the skills and experience of older people are being wasted, with many under-employed
and vulnerable to discrimination.
3 billion people are currently unemployed or under-employed
The price tag will be an obstacle to personal ownership for un- and under-employed
librarians, so libraries will perform a valuable service by stocking this excellent professional resource.
There is plenty of truly dangerous driving in North Wales for under-employed
prosecutors to get their teeth into.
The AbilityOne program was created to leverage the purchasing power of the federal government to help people who are blind or have other significant disabilities and are unemployed or under-employed
In the Basement of the Ivory Tower: Confessions of an Accidental Academic tells of an over-educated, under-employed
father of three who worked as an English teacher at a college and here provides a thought-provoking expose of the American drive to gain a college education.
His autumn form for Wales was, according to some pundits, also below par with Richards critical that Hook has been under-employed
4 million grant to help train unemployed and under-employed
workers in the health care field.