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Like changes in the number of people marginally attached to the labor force, changes in the sizes of these groups may affect the labor force participation rate.
The greatest increase was for purchases, with average salaries rising only marginally over the month.
Hyundai Motor India, a subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Company (KSE: 005380), is expecting its sales in India to marginally increase in 2012.
Average earnings increased marginally faster over the year to July but recruiting conditions remained constrained, Asda said.
The U-6 measure of labor underutilization--which is the sum of the total employed, all marginally attached workers, and total employed part-time for economic reasons, as a percent of the civilian labor force plus all marginally attached workers--increased to 17.
Rents for higher-end apartments in Burj Khalifa, Downtown fell the most whereas rents in Dubai Marina and International City decreased only marginally.
Germany's 2009 state deficit was only marginally larger than the maximum permitted under European Union regulations, dpa quoted the country's national statistics office as reporting today.
27 million bpd, marginally lower than October's output of 2.
Often labeled "true unemployment," the U-6 rate counts total unemployed persons, part-time employees and all marginally attached workers as a percentage of the civilian labor force plus all marginally attached workers.
NORTH-EAST bakery chain Greggs today said it was braced for "only marginally positive" sales growth over the year ahead, but put faith in its value proposition amid the recession.
1 million workers only marginally attached of unemployed and the number of involuntarily part-time workers are seasonally adjusted.
Despite this, sun-cream sales this summer have been marginally up on last, which was a record-breaking year for rainfall.