Figure 2 plots the seasonally adjusted underemployment
rate and the unemployment rate.
decreases as income increases as shown by the blue arrow that points downward from 35% to 10% of the labor force.
In addition to measuring the seriousness, likelihood and potential impact of these 31 global risks, Global Risks 2014 includes special investigations into three specific cases: the increasing risk of "cybergeddon" in the online world; the increasing complexity of geopolitical risk as the world moves to a multi-polar distribution of power and influence; and youth unemployment and underemployment
College graduates in general have fared better than those without a college degree in the conventional measures of underemployment
According to the report, "Underemployment
in Urban and Rural America, 2005-2012," the rate of underemployment
(or involuntary part-time work) doubled during the second year of the recession, reaching roughly 6.
Keywords: labor underutilization, underemployment
, economic development
THIS COLLECTION is a sequel to The Education-Jobs Gap: Underemployment
or Economic Democracy (1999) by D.
The IRS also has developed a draft model affidavit, Form W-11, for employees to certify their un- or underemployment
6% in the 1st, the HCP said, adding that the rate of underemployment
rose from 9.
rate in the country-which counts part-time employees searching for full-time jobs and people who want work but have given up their job hunt-also reduced from 17.
The figures becomes gloomier if we look at the broader measure of underemployment
is a more comprehensive measure of labor market slack than headline-grabbing unemployment rates because it also includes part-time workers who want full-time jobs--involuntarily part-time workers--and jobless workers who want a job but are not actively seeking employment--marginally-attached workers.