Underemployment | Definition/ˈəndər•əmˈploimənt/
the underuse of a worker because a job does not use the worker's skills, is part-time, or leaves the worker idle.
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Underemployment consists of two main types which are visible and invisible. Visible underemployment is when an employee works less than the usual amount of hours in their field. This usually leads the employee to work multiple jobs to obtain the number of hours they wish to work. Invisible underemployment is when a person is working a job that does not utilize their skills. This type of underemployment is tough to determine as it requires a lot of research to determine which workers fall under this category.