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Professionally inactive (Polish: bierni zawodowo), in Polish law, is a person over the age of 15 who do not work and is not underemployed.
Term professionally inactive includes:
- people being paid a pension, a rent, an alimony, a scholarship or a welfare;
- full-time course students;
- imprisoned people;
- nursing home inhabitants;
- not working people not registered as underemployed;
- people on parental leave.
Statistics Poland, a government agency charged with collecting and publishing statistics related to economy, population, and society of Poland, divides professionally inactive people into categories of:
- people not looking for an employment;
- people looking for employment but not ready to get employed;
Among reasons of staying professionally inactive, Statistics Poland lists:
- discouragement with ineffectiveness in looking for employment;
- education and upgrading work skills and qualifications;
- family and household responsibilities;
- receiving an pension;
- having a health problems or a disability.
- "Economic activity of population of Poland in 4th quarter of 2015" (in polski). Retrieved 2016-08-08.
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