More employed, but not full-time?

Ross Greenwood speaks to Executive Chairman of Roy Morgan Research, Gary Morgan, about why the unemployment rate has fallen to a six-month low despite a decrease in the number of full-time positions.

Interview with: Gary Morgan, Executive Chairman, Roy Morgan

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