Yesterday, we published a well researched article on underemployment in Australia and the United States. It’s fascinating how the two countries differ in their acknowledgment of the problem. The United States doesn’t officially track the number of underemployed in their employment data. Australia does, and continues to look for ways to curtail the problems that massive underemployment brings to its country’s citizens.
We’ve been writing articles on underemployment for over a year now. Since that time, we’ve taken notice of how much more engaged our Australian audience is with the issue than our American one. Articles focusing on Australian underemployment like this one, and this one, by Harrison Stamoudis, are our most read and remarked upon. They generate so much feedback we’re looking to hire another Australian writer who wants to tackle the subject. If your interested, write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today’s clip is from a few years back, but is still relevant. It’s a short news report on how underemployment has affected Australia. It includes interviews and interesting analyses on an ongoing serious problem. Enjoy.
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