Table 5
Defining employment instability

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Table 5
Defining employment instability
Table summary
This table displays the results of defining employment instability experiencing employment instability (age 18 to 31) (appearing as column headers).
  Experiencing employment instability (age 18 to 31)
Working population (age 16 to 29)
Non-students who held at least one job during the year
1) Unemployed, or out of the labour force (also called not employed, in education, or training – the "year-round" NEET)
2) Working in a temporary job in their main job (defined as a term or contract job, a seasonal job, or a casual job), either on a full-time or a part-time basis
3) Working on a part-time basis in their main job (defined as less than 30 hours a week), although job was reported as permanent
Integrated into the labour market (age 18 to 31)
4) Working as a permanent, full-time worker in their main job
Back to school (age 18 to 31)
5) Attended school in a recognized institution but did not participate in the labour market at all over the course of the year
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