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Frisian long-term unemployment

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Published by Fryske Akademy and Frisian Labour Exchange in Ljouwert .
Written in English

  • Unemployed -- Netherlands -- Friesland,
  • Unemployment -- Netherlands -- Friesland

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    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementC.H.A. Verhaar (editor) ... [et al.].
    SeriesFryske Akademy -- nr. 718, Fryske Akademy (Series)
    ContributionsVerhaar, C. H. A.
    LC ClassificationsHD5793F74 F75 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination174 p. :
    Number of Pages174
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17526750M
    ISBN 109061717183

    Indeed, a large fraction of the unemployed are likely to be long-term unemployed (LTU), for which the standard definition is a continuous unemployment spell of 26 weeks or longer. The cross-age distribution of the LTU is disproportionately concentrated toward two types of people: an older group, those aged about 50 years, and a younger group. A long-term unemployment problem. Posted on April 7, This level of persistently elevated unemployment is different from that during previous recessions, and there may even be some structural component to it, given how the long-term unemployed are still struggling.   My personal view is that German workers are more productive because German companies are more capital-intensive than their EU counterparts. One thing that strikes you in Germany is that they have a machine for doing almost every job or task, wheth. Demographics of Employment and Unemployment in Maine. This data is derived from Current Population Survey (CPS). The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) partners with the US Census Bureau to conduct the survey of approximat households on a monthly basis. Approximately of these households are in Maine.

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Over 22 percent of men in the sample experienced at least one long-term spell of unemployment from their mids through   Annie Lowrey and I have an article in Friday’s paper about the gigantic, overlooked underclass of long-term unemployed workers, whose safety net has now frayed bare and whose troubles are probably holding back the overall jobs picture as they become less and less million-strong group has gotten very little attention during the Frisian long-term unemployment book campaign, despite the.

Frisian long-term unemployment book Historically, the long-term unemployed — those out of work for 27 weeks or more — have usually been between 10 and 20 percent of total unemployment. Today the number is percent. 'Staff publications' is the digital repository of Wageningen University & Research 'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from onward.

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Unemployment remains something of a mystery. The phenomenon is well researched, we have all kinds of theories about it, we organize conferences about it, governments tell us that they do their utmost to combat unemployment.

This is all the more puzzling because the jobless are very by: 1. Long-Term Unemployment After the Great Recession: Causes and remedies A Book 9 November Long-Term Unemployment 1 The long-term unemployment rate is defined as the share of the labour force that is unemployed for more than twelve months.

A new Harris Poll helps shed some harsh light on the scope of long-term unemployment in the U.S. About 51 percent of more than 1, unemployed respondents hadn't. The Trend in Long-Term Unemployment Congressional Research Service 1 Introduction One of the characteristics of the recession that officially began in December and ended in June was the rise in long-term unemployment.1 The long-term unemployed are often defined as workers who have been looking for work for more than six months.

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Google Scholar Piore, M.J. () ‘Historical Perspectives and the Interpretation of Unemployment’, Journal of Economic Literature, Cited by: 3. Long-term unemployment among college-educated workers increased by % between anda much faster rate than the increase of % for workers with a high school degree or less.

• While long-term unemployment hit all age and occupational groups, more experienced jobless workers had a disproportionately difficult time getting back. In the aftermath of the Great Recession, there remains a large number of long-term unemployed across countries. This column argues that policies targeting the long-term unemployed, if effective, may have substantial benefits for the aggregate labour markets.

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