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    • अगस्त 2019
      Source: National Statistical Office of Mongolia
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      Accessed On: 11 अक्तूबर, 2019
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      Labour underutilization refers to mismatches between labour supply and demand, which translate into an unmet need for employment among the working age population (Clause 40,42, Resolution of 19th International Conference of ILS). Measures of labour underutilization include, but may not be restricted to: 1. Persons in time-related underemployment are defined as all persons in employment who, during a short reference period, wanted to work additional hours, whose working time in all jobs was less than a specified hours threshold, and who were available to work additional hours given an opportunity for more work. The specified hours threshold is 40 hours per week, determined in line with the Mongolian labour law (Clause 43, Resolution of 19th International Conference of ILS). 2. Persons in unemployment are defined as all those of working age who were not in employment, carried out activities to seek employment during a specified recent period and were currently available to take up employment given a job opportunity, where (Clause 47, Resolution of 19th International Conference of ILS): а. not in employment refers to someone who has not worked for pay or profit in a short reference period for measuring employment, such as the last week; b. available to work refers to someone who was able to work during the same period used to assess employment, or in the following two weeks after that period; c. seeking employment refers to any activity carried out, during a specified recent period comprising the last four weeks or one month, for the purpose of finding a job or setting up a business or agricultural undertaking. Seeking employment can be active attempts to get a job by registering with public or private recruitment offices, contacting to hiring personnel to get information on job vacancies, contacting to hiring personnel through email, put notice on media and publications. 3. Potential labour force, refers to persons not in labour force who show some interest in being part of it, but for whom existing conditions limit their active job search and/or their availability. Potential labour force includes the following persons (Clause 40c,51, Resolution of 19th International Conference of ILS): а. Persons seeking employment but currently unavailable (unavailable jobseekers); b. Persons not seeking employment but wanted to be employed and currently available for employment (available potential jobseekers).

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