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The four types of unemployment include cyclical, frictional, seasonal and structural unemployment. Unemployment is a situation where people have no job and are actively seeking job opportunities. Unemployment may be caus... More »

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Unemployment affects society by reducing the amount of resources available. As job rates decline, resources such as quality housing and public services become scarce. More »

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Unemployment creates a lack of financial stability, leading to a downwards spiral in social mobility and eventually poverty. The unemployed will have a lower standard of living than most employed people. More »

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