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Preface 1. Disguised unemployment and changing forms of work 2. The social costs of unemployment 3. Data source and methods 4. Reverse causation: findings on the selection hypothesis 5. Leaving school: self-esteem in an unwelcoming economy 6. Early adulthood: alcohol misuse and underemployment 7. Settling down: psychological depression and underemployment 8. Extending the employment continuum: well-being in welfare transitions 9. The next generation: underemployment and birth weight 10. Conclusions 11. New directions Appendices: Appendix A Appendix B Notes References Index.