Australian Bureau of Statistics
1367.2 - State and Regional Indicators, Victoria, Dec 2010
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Victorian underemployment rate drops after record high
The Victorian underemployment rate reached a record high of 8% in August 2009, according to an article released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). The underemployment rate since decreased to slightly below 7% in November 2010.
During 2009, almost all underemployed workers in Victoria were employed part-time, just over half would have preferred full-time hours, and around half were looking for work with more hours.
Females and males experienced underemployment differently:
The majority of underemployed workers in Victoria were aged 15 to 34. Older and younger underemployed workers in Victoria had different preferences and experiences to the rest of underemployed workers:
Further information is available in State and Regional Indicators, Victoria, December 2010 (cat. no. 1367.2).
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This page last updated 18 February 2011