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    we need to define the unemployment, according to the ILO, the International Labour Organisation, an unemployed person is someone who is more than 15 years old (the working age), this person need to be jobless, be available within 15 days and finally the last condition is that she needs to be actively seeking for a job. Unemployment…

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    officially lasting from December 2007 to June 2009. The economic decline devastated many leaving many out of job and sending unemployment rates through the roof. “As a major casualty of the Great Recession, employment suffered. With unemployment soaring into the double digits and lingering at an unacceptably high level for several years.” (International Journal of Business) Unemployment was seen at…

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    of:CS/HB 7027: Unemployment Compensation Unemployment is an issue in today’s society. Unemployment occurs when a person is trying to find work but is unable to. It’s becoming more difficult for people to find a job to support themselves or their family. The unemployment rate for Florida is 5.6% “According to International Labor Organization report, more than 197 million people globally are out of work or 6% of the world's workforce were without a job in 2012.” In 2012, the Unemployment…

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    stable, with an increased growth of GDP, an unemployment rate of 4.9 percent and an inflation rate of 1.5 percent (Bureau). There has also been significant growth in other areas of the economy such as the labor force, wages, tourism and personal income. Gross Domestic Product,…

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    Economic Crisis in South Africa Unemployment in South Africa is a major problem, that the country has to face. The main problem of unemployment in South Africa is wage bargaining. The effects of the problem is high prices, less labor and an increase of wages. Many different efforts have been made by South Africa to approach this problem. The only way to completely stop unemployment is to fix the wage bargaining as a whole. The number one cause for the unemployment in South Africa, is wage…

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    minimum wage have at the very least not affected the unemployment rate and at the very best have improved upon it. During the Great Depression when the federal minimum wage was first enacted unemployment rates had skyrocketed, reaching the very high number of up to nineteen percent. After the implementation of the federal minimum wage the unemployment started to lower. In 1968, when the minimum wage reached it’s peak buying power, the unemployment rate was just above three percent. That…

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    Unemployment in Preston County is an ongoing problem. Everywhere you see, people are working less and less. West Virginia is at the top of the state unemployment and labor statistics list. It has many people asking questions. Is it that hard to obtain a job in Preston County? The worst thing about the whole situation is that West Virginian residents seem like they do not want to work. MarketWatch reported in March of 2015 that less than half adults (18 or older) in West Virginia have a job.…

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    A high unemployment rate has been one of the problems faced. Given the fact that there was a record of an increase in the rate of unemployment by 4.9% in July 2016, it can be said that it is of high importance to find ways through which unemployment can be put in check in the US. This paper discusses how to fix the current US unemployment rates. One of the ways through which unemployment rates in the US can be reduced is through expansive monetary policy. The Federal Reserve has the power that…

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    History of Unemployment Insurance in the United States Unemployment Insurance was founded in 1932. During the Great Depression, Wisconsin was the first state to developed unemployment insurance. Soon after, the United States passed the unemployment insurance law. Soon after many other states endorsed the Social Security Act in 1935 such as California, Massachuates, New Hampshire, New York and Washington. In the of 1935, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Social Security in the Law,…

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    Unemployment rate The definition of unemployment rate is percentages of total workforce who are unemployed and are looking for a job. It can be measure the unemployed in a country and indicates a growing economy which is usually accompanied by higher inflation rate and may influence the interest rate higher or lower. Figure 1: Unemployment rate in Italy from Year 2000 until Year 2016 Based on Figure 1 for the year 2000 the percentage rate of unemployed in Italy is gradually decrease until…

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