Although an estimated 41 percent of nonregular workers are doing work on par with that of regular employees, only 16 percent are getting the same pay, a labor ministry study said Wednesday.
The study also found 36 percent of responding companies were hiring nonregular workers, with 54 percent saying they would be unable to operate without them.
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