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    much cheaper in foreign countries especially third world countries.. As a result, companies such as Apple, Nike, etc. have decided to outsource their manufacturing jobs, yet this results in a lost of jobs in the United States and a larger rate of unemployment too. However, recently a company got a lot of attention, especially from president elect Donald Trump, for wanting to outsource their company to Mexico. Donald Trump campaigned for the creation of jobs in the United States and the stopping…

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    It simply isn’t a priority and doesn’t increase anyone 's profit. In “Why is Poverty Moving to Americas Suburbs”, hopes of securing an extension of unemployment benefits for 1.3 million long term jobs Americans took a blow. . . when Congress was unable to reach an agreed regulation for the Unemployment Compensation Program. Although there is still a chance that the program will resolve- the earliest that Congress will revisit the legislation is at the end of January. When…

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    Unemployment is the failure to acquire employment or attaining a job that gains salaries or wages paid in money. Unemployment represents the total number of people in the workforce who desire to work, but they do not have a job yet. in some developing countries like Egypt unemployment has become one of the major issues that contradicts with the economic growth or development and it also indicates the efficiency of the labor market where ( July 2015) 12.7 percent of the workforce is unemployed,…

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    Unemployment Definition Unemployment refers to the situation whereby individuals want to work however are unable to secure employment, therefore resulting in the underutilization of an economy’s labour supplies. Measurement Unemployment is measured monthly and is calculated by: Labour force participation rate refers to the percentage of the population aged 15 and over in the labour force that is employed or unemployed and is calculated by: Current statistics and Trends Australia began…

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    Equilibrium unemployment and disequilibrium unemployment are the basic categories of unemployment to apply on the total labor that the whole economy has (Sloman). Equilibrium unemployment is the difference between people that want to take the job they are offered and people that are willing and able to take the job. Disequilibrium unemployment occurs when the aggregate demand for labor is less than the aggregate supply of labor. Recently an analysis conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statics of…

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    Unemployment Review Paper

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    Unemployment has been a topic under great controversy in economics, with many researchers devoting their lives in an attempt to maximize efficiency in terms of employment and productivity. This review will explore the various theoretical approaches to unemployment made by researchers in the years leading up to 2000. The first academic journal in review is “The implicit contract theory of unemployment meets the wage bill argument” by George A. Akerlof and Hajime Miyazaki. The authors…

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    In America during the 1930s, unemployment was an issue that caused many debates over how to deal with it and the same is true now. A common proposal to manage unemployment is to provide insurance for the unemployed, which would support those who are unable to work, such as seasonal workers, and improve the economy during economic depression. However, providing insurance for the unemployed would actually increase the unemployment rate and harm the economy. Instead, the American government should…

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    1. How is Unemployment measured in Australia? Let me first define unemployment rate. It is the percentage of people in the labour force who are unemployed. This is a popular measure around the world for tracking the nation 's economic health and stability as it eliminates people who are not joinging the labour force and it is not directly influenced by population growth. It is measured primarily by making an account of those people who are ready to enter into paid work and have recently taken…

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    Unemployment Problem Essay

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    Some may ask is unemployment actually a social problem? The answer is and always will be most definitely yes. The rate of unemployment has played a huge part in the affect in our society. Unemployment leads to people being homeless, and hungry. When you aren’t able to provide food for your family or yourself, social services come into play and provide for you enough to get you by and live off of. Our government is continually providing for the homeless and unemployed and extending benefits for…

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    In 2004, Japan still maintains its rank as No.1 of Human Development Index in the world for life expectancy at birth . Japanese government should find a way to increase the growth of population, otherwise the ageing population will cause decrease in productivity. This is because ageing people tend to be less productive and consumptive compare to productive age (between sixteen to fifty five years old). To encourage the population growth, the government should give awards for every citizen who…

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