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In addition, ANOVA compared voluntarily and involuntarily unemployed individuals and indicated that, for disturbance of activity, involuntarily unemployed persons showed poorer mental health than voluntarily unemployed persons, F(1,621) = 6.
The highest number of firms that delisted voluntarily were in the manufacturing industries that included metal industries, transportation equipment, and electrical and computer equipment, while firms that delisted involuntarily were more frequently associated with manufacturing industries such as tobacco, textiles, wood, chemical, and petroleum products.
At present most patients involuntarily treated in China are not actively threatening others or in danger of self-harm; lacking insight into their condition they are more likely to present with behavior that is potentially harmful to their health, such as refusal of food, exposure to cold temperature without proper clothing, and so forth.
The Mental Health Commission's annual report added that 2,057 adults had been checked involuntarily in 2011, a 5% increase on the previous year.
1033(a) covers property that is "compulsorily or involuntarily converted" into similar property or money "as a result of its destruction in whole or in part, theft, seizure, or requisition or condemnation or threat or imminence thereof.
9 percent of women involuntarily left their jobs, compared with about 0.
The program affects military members whose service was involuntarily extended under stop-loss between Sept.
In most cases, passengers bumped involuntarily also are entitled to cash compensation of up to USD800.
It will therefore constitute one element for a compliant trader to prove his good faith in case he is involuntarily involved in a fraud (in particular carousel fraud) organised by his client.
Ford Motor Company (Ford) (NYSE: F), a United States-based automaker, is introducing 'Ford Advantage Plan', a new scheme for those employees who have been involuntarily laid off of their job.
In an article by Britt Johnsen Thursday, Times Publisher Bill Albrecht said 17 people were involuntarily laid off Tuesday and Wednesday, and another four volunteered to be placed on the job-cut list.
1 million workers only marginally attached of unemployed and the number of involuntarily part-time workers are seasonally adjusted.