"I was living in the gray area of the rules."
"A lot of problems that are very gray areas need to be put in black and white."
You're willing to move right on into the gray areas.
But what you hit on about the gray areas is exactly it.
That is the grey area between health and social services.
Still it seems to be a bit of a grey area.
And how to apply one from the other is still a gray area.
These jobs must be brought out of the grey area.
And this is really a gray area of the law.
These are grey areas where common sense has to be used.
The laborers themselves are most at risk in the underground economy.
Some people now on welfare might move into what is known as the informal, or underground economy.
"That's why we have the underground economy and so forth."
Almost 300,000 remain on the books, and many more survive in the underground economy.
She said that in this way the current law "has driven a large underground economy."
That brought many Hispanic people out of the underground economy into the official work force.
By its nature, of course, the underground economy is hard to measure.
Or, he said, they were working in an underground economy, not measured by statistics.
People who work in the so-called underground economy are especially vulnerable.
About one-third of all workers are in the underground economy.
It's not by chance that so much is in the informal sector.
This can sometimes take the form of employment in the informal sector when necessary.
Within the informal sector women earn less wages than men.
All of the children had been forced to work in the informal sector.
Most of the people are forced to work in the informal economic sector.
The informal sector continues to be a major contributor to the economy.
Some of these problems will now be examined, beginning with those facing the informal sector.
Out of the total female labor force, 50.78% are engaged in the informal sector.
Their precarious status and the fact that they often fall within the informal sector are also very important issues.
The majority of the population works in the informal sector.