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To understand potential barriers to increased labour force participation there are three groups of people who are of particular interest:
Persons not in the labour force includes people who wanted a paid job and those who did not want a paid job.
For employed persons who work less than 35 hours, it is important to ascertain whether they would like a different paid job with more hours or more hours in their current job.
The conceptual framework on the following page identifies these groups of people.
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