Underemployment grows 16.6% and affects 597 thousand people in the country

Unemployment caused by the economic slowdown before the pandemic and the impact of the health crisis is not the only problem facing the Bolivian economy, but also underemployment which, in the third quarter, shot up to 16.6% of the economically active population (EAP). In the case of women, it reaches 20% and in the case of men 14%. The EAP rises 3.6 million people in the country so that more than 597,000 people are currently underemployed.

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