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[IWS] Eurostat: UNDEREMPLOYMENT AND POTENTIAL ADDITIONAL LABOUR FORCE STATISTICS [updated 16 January 2014]

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European Commission

Eurostat

 

UNDEREMPLOYMENT AND POTENTIAL ADDITIONAL LABOUR FORCE STATISTICS [updated 16 January 2014]

http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/statistics_explained/index.php/Underemployment_and_potential_additional_labour_force_statistics

 

This article reports about three forms of unemployment in the European Union (EU) which are not covered by the ILO definition of unemployment. They are: underemployed part-time workers, jobless persons seeking a job but not immediately available for work and jobless persons available for work but not seeking it. These three groups do not meet all criteria of the ILO unemployment definition i.e. being without work, actively seeking work, and being available for work. However, while being not captured through the unemployment rate, these groups still represent some form of unmet demand for employment. For this reason they constitute 'halos' around unemployment. Underemployment and potential additional labour force are indicators designed to supplement the unemployment rate to provide a more accurate picture of the labour market.

 

 

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