Among other things, the survey found that:
- 38% reported they were unemployed, and 12% had dropped out of the labor force;
- 48% of the reemployed said that they were earning less on their current job than the job they had before they most recently become unemployed;
- 59% of the reemployed who suffered a long-term spell of unemployment were earning less in their current job, compared to 41% who had been short-term unemployed;
- 41% of those who experienced long-term unemployment are working in part-time jobs:
- 53% had an occupation different from the one they had prior to becoming unemployed;
- 25% of the respondents who landed jobs and participated in training or education programs in the previous five years said it helped a great deal in finding a job.