Global underemployment rate by region 2011

Global underemployment rate in 2011, by region

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 17, 2012
Global underemployment rate by region 2011 This statistic shows the global underemployment rate in 2011, by region. In 2011, the worldwide underemployment rate was at 17 percent. Underemployment in Europe was at 18 percent.
Underemployment refers to an employment situation that is insufficient in some important way for the worker, relative to a standard. Examples include holding a part-time job despite desiring full-time work.
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Global underemployment rate in 2011, by region

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underemployment rate
Middle East and North Africa32%
Sub-Saharan Africa32%
Americas23%
Europe18%
Worldwide17%
Former Soviet Union14%
Asia13%
underemployment rate
Middle East and North Africa32%
Sub-Saharan Africa32%
Americas23%
Europe18%
Worldwide17%
Former Soviet Union14%
Asia13%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 17, 2012
This statistic shows the global underemployment rate in 2011, by region. In 2011, the worldwide underemployment rate was at 17 percent. Underemployment in Europe was at 18 percent.
Underemployment refers to an employment situation that is insufficient in some important way for the worker, relative to a standard. Examples include holding a part-time job despite desiring full-time work.
Show more
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