France - The grey zone of the underemployed - January 01, 2017

A study of the research centre Insee examines the situation of underemployment that looms in the zones in between unemployment and the relatively stable employment of direct labour. These zones cover what is known as the halo around unemployment (of inactive persons that would like to work although they are not counted in the statistics as real unemployed) and underemployed (that work less than they would like to). 

French: http://www.metiseurope.eu/la-zone-grise-du-sous-emploi_fr …  

Report with data:  https://www.insee.fr/fr/statistiques …   

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