from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An inferior or subordinate service.
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Let the labor monopoly over-service and under-service, based on their profit motive at the time.
This increase in service revenue was due to a $1 million increase in system service revenue resulting from an increase in the install base under-service contracts, offset by a $0.8 million decline in revenue earned for training and other services.
So what we see in both the US and Australia is that, for the most part, the for-profit sector targets either fields of study (e.g. theology, natural medicine, narrow forms of professional education), modes of delivery (online, easily accessible campuses, small classes) or clienteles (working adults, academically weak students) which the other sectors don't service or under-service.
Now and into the future, reliance on a means-tested program will continue to leave modest and even better-off people of all ages at risk of impoverishment and under-service if they need extensive long-term care.
"Policies that support lifetime continuity of coverage, disease prevention and early treatment, could reduce health-care costs for populations who now reach Medicare eligibility with a history of under-service.