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  1. Causes and Effects of Unemployment

    Causes and Effects of Unemployment Unemployment defined by the Encyclopedia Britannica is the condition of one who is capable of working, actively seeking work, but is unable to find any work. In addition, to define a person as unemployed, the person must be an active member of the labor force in search...

  2. Unemployment

    research, unemployment is one of the main problems in Jamaica.This study intends to discover the effects of unemployment on family lives in Brown’sTown, and the factors contributing to the increase in the number of unemployed persons.The study also seeks to determine the causes of unemployment in the society...

  3. Unemployment

    the fact that individuals actively seeking jobs remain unhired. Unemployment is expressed as a percentage of the total available work force. The level of unemployment varies with economic conditions and other circumstances. Unemployment describes the state of a worker who is able and willing to take...

  4. Graduate unemployment

    The rising unemployment rate among fresh university graduates today is an upsetting trend. Now the pool of unemployed graduates is rising to worrying levels even in some high-growth economies. This is due to several factors or causes that result in the increase of the unemployment rate today. This article...

  5. unemployment problem

     Unemployment Problem in Australia Introduction According to the Labor government and the mainstream media, Australia has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the world. In reality, joblessness has risen to serious levels, and is worsening, in working class suburbs across Australia. Officially...

  6. Unemployment in Malaysia

    2 Type of unemployment............................................................................................. 4 * Frictional Unemployment * Structural Unemployment * Cyclical Unemployment * Seasonal Unemployment Factors of unemployment............................

  7. Divorce and Today's Society

    is more common than ever before. There are as many causes for divorce as there are people who divorce now days. Divorce itself is both a cause and an effect issue. There are many reasons why this statement can go both ways, there are three main causes of divorce such as changing woman’s roles, stress...

  8. Macroeconomics

    Relationship between Inflation and Unemployment Submitted By Jalal To Department of Business Administration In partial fulfillment of The requirement for the Course of MACROECONOMICS Accepted by the faculty FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ------------------------------------------------- ...

  9. Caribbean Studies

    CARIBBEAN STUDIES INTERNAL ASSESMENT An investigation into the types of unemployment faced by persons living in Bounty Hall between the ages of 18-45 Acknowledgement This project could not be successfully completed without the guidance and protection given by the Almighty God. The...

  10. What Are Some Macro Economic Effects of Unemployment?

    First what is unemployment? Unemployment occurs when a person is available to work and currently seeking work, but the person is without work.[1] The prevalence of unemployment is usually measured using the unemployment rate, which is defined as the percentage of those in the labor force who are unemployed...

  11. Paper

    Chapter 11 (1) Unemployment: Workers are adults who do not have a job but who are looking for work. Labor force: all workers, employed plus unemployed. Labor force participation: rate of the percentage of adults in the labor force. Unemployment rate: is the percentage of the labor force without a...

  12. Ecomomics SBA

    years, unemployment has been dominant in the capital city of Guyana in many businesses. In this research project, the researcher will investigate the causes, effect and what solutions can be made to unemployment in Georgetown. Title of project To investigate the causes and effects of unemployment in Georgetown...

  13. unemployment

     Unemployment Gina July 23, 2013 Economics Word Count: 2,112 Table of Contents What is unemployment?.................................................................................................................

  14. Inflation

    the book, we are concerned with three main aspect of inflation , (i) meaning, measurement and effects of inflation, (ii) theories of inflation and, (iii) the relationship between inflation and unemployment. WHAT IS CONSIDERABLE RATE OF INFLATION? The question as to what is a “considerable” rate...

  15. Unemployment

    Unemployment is a currently rising problem across the United States. The rate at which people are filing and re-filing for unemployment is the highest it has ever been. It seems like everyone you talk to, knows somebody that is drawing unemployment or effected by unemployment. Companies are being...

  16. Relationship Between Short-Term Unemployment and Inflation? What Cause Inflation?

    5. What is the Relationship between Short-term Unemployment and Inflation? What cause inflation? Inflation refers to a rise in prices that causes the purchasing power of a nation to fall. Inflation is a normal economic development as long as the annual percentage remains low; once the percentage...

  17. Unemployment, Case Study

    HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT RATE: WHO’S TO BE BLAMED? A case study Presented to The Faculty of the College of Management and Business Technology Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology Sumacab Campus, Cabanatuan City In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Subject ...

  18. Crime

    plagued every society in human history. It is a wrongdoing classified by the state or the parliament of the country or law of the land. The cost and effect of crime vary among the various segments of the population and touch almost everyone by some degree in general as the economic growth and development...

  19. Business Economics Principles

    economic growth might create unemployment or policies that improve price stability might limit economic growth. For example: the Reserve bank may want to promote lower rates of unemployment through changing monetary policies. As a result, the economy may expand, unemployment may fall, and full employment...

  20. Causes of Unemployment Among the Youth

    CAUSES OF UNEMPLOYMENT AMONG THE YOUTH: A CASE STUDY OF MANYANYA VILLAGE IN BUSIA DISTRICT BY OPOSIA JACOB 09/U/14214/EXT A RESEARCH REPORT SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT FOR THE AWARD OF A DIPLOMA IN YOUTH IN DEVELOPMENT WORK MAKERERE UNIVERSITY JULY 2011 Declaration I Oposia Jacob...

  21. macroeconomics

    Elie El Zouki DONE BY ASLAN AL-KONTAR Definition of 'Unemployment' Unemployment is defined as a situation where someone of working age is not able to get a job but would like to be in full time employment. unemployment rate The ratio of the number of people unemployed to the total number...

  22. Economics Summary

    disadvantages • reasons for protection – infant industry argument – domestic employment – dumping – defence • methods of protection and the effects of protectionist policies on the domestic and global economy – voluntary export restraints – tariffs – subsidies – quotas – local content rules...

  23. Unemployment Cause and Effect

    UnemploymentCauses I am going to offer my theory as to the real cause of unemployment, for every cause there is an effect. The process of cause and effect.       It’s hard to live a normal healthy life without a job and money. There are many reasons why people are unemployed, but in turn...

  24. Cause and Effect of Unemployment in the US

    Cause and effect of unemployment in the US The unemployment issue in the United States has been a thorny issue for a good number of years now. The rate of unemployment in the states is usually reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The rate has been shown to rise and fall since 1948 until very recently...

  25. Unemployment

    to Gillespie (2011)1, “unemployment is a measure of the number of jobless people who want to work, are available to work, and are actively seeking employment.” However, unemployment does not include underemployed workers and part time workers. Since 2008, the global unemployment rate has grown. However...

  26. The Economic Issues

    Topic One- Economic Issues 2. Unemployment Full employment has been a major goal of the Australian government. During the 92’ recession unemployment reached 11.2% and in 14 years it has fallen to 5% and in 2006 to just below 5%. Unemployment is a cost to the community as: * Opportunity cost of...

  27. Unemployment

    Introduction “Unemployment is a situation where people of a country are willing to work, able to work but cannot find jobs.” Officially unemployment is defined as the situation of being without work, wanting work, and actively seeking work. It is usually measured as a percentage of the people in the...

  28. Unemployment

    Unemployment and job creation in the EU Describe the extent of unemployment across the EU The unemployed are people who are registered as able, available and willing to work at the going wage rate but who cannot find work despite an active search for work. It can be seen in Extract...

  29. Some Basic Social Problems

    just poverty of income Poverty of opportunity is the cause; poverty of income is the result. Causes  Inequalities of wealth Poverty in Pakistan has greatly been magnified due to the rising inequalities of wealth, increasing rates of unemployment, economic underdevelopment and poor governance. ...

  30. Development Issues in China

    dropping due to urbanisation and natural disasters. Another effect of the overpopulation is unemployment. Every year 20 million Chinese enter the working age. It is a huge challenge to provide job for every one of them. In 1985 unemployment rate was 1.8%, now it stands at 4.2% (the data including rural...