• Unemployment Problem
    Unemployment is a great concern in Bangladesh. Every year hundreds of thousands student are coming out from college and university. Though it is one of the major responsibilities of the Government to provide job to those young generation but the Government is failed to meet the job demand among the...
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  • The Problem of Unemployment and Possible Solutions
    Nowadays unemployment is one of the biggest problems among all countries in the world. It is caused by many reasons and it is more complex than it may seem. People are mostly dissatisfied with their salaries. They feel they get not enough money for their work. As a result, they prefer to take unempl...
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  • Graduate Unemployment in Malaysia
    Unemployed graduates have become a cause of concern in Malaysia. The findings of a Graduate Tracer Study in 2006 involving 132 900 graduates from institutions of higher learning all over Malaysia indicated that 30.7% of graduates remained unemployed six months after graduation, while 5.7% were still...
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  • Educated Unemployment
    UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM IN INDIA India's educated youths are facing some serious issues like educated unemployment and underemployment. Currently, in India, we have fairly low inflation but unemployment is high. In particular, educated unemployment is very high. It is around 20 % among grad...
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  • Unemployment
    DEFINITION OF UNEMPLOYMENT Unemployment means number of people who are not in work, but who are available for and actively seeking work. Which mean they are fully qualified for the job they are looking for but due to a countries economy status they might not have a job. ISSUES ON UNEMPLOYMENT...
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  • 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...
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  • Unemployment in India
    UNEMPLOYMENT Employment in simple words can be defined as an occupation by which a person can earn his living. And Unemployment is the inability of providing gainful work to people who are willing to work. And for a country like India, employment has become one of the major challenges of the cur...
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  • Youth Unemployment in Nigeria
    INTRODUCTION Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and the eighth most populous country in the world with a population of 154, 729,000 citizens. Our nominal GDP is $207. 116 billion and we have a nominal per capita income of $1,4011. Nigeria also has the second largest economy in Africa...
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  • Youth Unemployment and Crime
    The causes and consequences of youth unemployment in Australia has been of particular concern within both government and private sectors for many years. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), 10.9% of the total 15-24 age population was unemployed in September, 1995. This figure clim...
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  • Youth Unemployment and Crime: a Case Study of Otta Metropolitian Area
    YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT AND CRIME: A CASE STUDY OF OTTA METROPOLITIAN AREA “THE EFFECT OF UNEMPLOYMENT ON YOUTH” 1. INTRODUCTION Unemployment describes the condition of people who are without jobs; unemployment is a global trend that mostly occurs in developing countries of the world, whi...
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  • Microeconomics: Minimum Wage Will Cause Unemployment and Inflation
    ECO 162 Microeconomics Title : Minimum wage will cause unemployment, inflation, say employers, economists Group: JBM1123u Group Members: Muhammad Asyraff bin Ab Hamid 2010357469 : Mohamad Lukman bin Abd. Manaf 2010114997 : Mu...
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  • Effects of the Youth Unemployment in Kenya
    The Long-Term Effects of Youth Unemployment Dr. Thomas A. Mroz and Dr. Timothy H. Savage University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Welch Consulting Economists A STUDY BY THE EMPLOYMENT POLICIES INSTITUTE October 2001 he Employment Policies Institute (EPI) is a nonprofit research organizati...
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  • Unemployment Problem
    UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM Introduction Spain unemployment figure had hit up to 5 million people mark in the last quarter of 2011. The National Statistic Institute measure from 4.9 million in the third quarter to 5.3 million people is jobless at the end of December. This rate rose from 21.5% in the...
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  • Unemployment and Crime
    Unemployment and Crime: An analysis of the Cointegration and the Socio-economic Impacts of Unemployment on Crime Marvin A. Cole Strayer University Economics 405, Section 004016 Professor Stradtner March 28, 2010 Unemployment and Crime: An analysis of the Cointegration and the Socio-econ...
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  • Graduate Unemployment in Nigeria and the Way Out
    Unemployment in Nigeria Its heart aching to see a good number of Nigerian graduates unemployed. It’s one of the most critical problems the country is facing as a result of long years of corruption, bad government/leaders, military rule, civil war and mismanagement of wealth and resources. Unemp...
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  • Unemployment in Jamaica
    Literature Review There is no doubt that unemployment is a burning issue in our society today. By way of an introduction it would be necessary to put a definition to the term unemployment as opposed to employment. A person is considered to be employed if that person has a full-time job and obtains...
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  • Findings and Suggestions for Unemployment in Pakistan
    FINDINGS: Following are the findings of the study, 1. Conducted survey shows that 37% of post graduate are un employed in Pakistan. 2. 53.33% people are those who applied 1-3 times and then they get job .So we may conclude that people are ambitious. 3. Result shows that 68% people are those...
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  • Unemployment and Economic Development in Kenya
    CHAPTER 2 METHODOLOGY 2.1 Introduction Theory have put forward several prepositions on how economic development has lead to reduction of unemployment rates through both private and public investment according to the Solow’s model and endogenous theories of economic development. Empirically, th...
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  • Unemployment
    UNEMPLOYMENT ▪ as defined by the International Labour Organization, occurs when people are without jobs and they have actively looked for work within the past four weeks. ▪  The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as a percentag...
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  • Youth Restiveness and Unemployment in Nigeria: the Way Out Part 1
    Youth restiveness and unemployment in Nigeria: The way out part 1 On November 12, 2012 · In Finance 12:00 am The words ‘youth’ and ‘restiveness’ have become so commonly used together in the last couple of years that it seems to have taken on a life of its own. In the last decade and...
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