1. RajuK | April 6, 2012

    1) How many people, after exhausting their employment-insurance benefits have stopped looking for work? These people are not considered unemployed.

    The real number would be total number of unemployed divided by total number of able-bodied adult people. They should stop assuming housewives are not unemployed since housewives are not actively seeking work. Only housewives on maternity leave can be considered as not seeking work. This figure in the long run, would give governments, less of an opportunity to fudge the unemployment numbers. It would give us a truer picture of the country's employment situation.

    2) The other category is people who are underemployed. These can be easily documented as people who are working less than 35 hours per week. Documenting those who have taken a salary cut would be more difficult.

  2. employment | April 18, 2012

    Government is trying their best to improve the job opportunities; there is no doubt that it will recover slowly. We have to be look forward in this matter and if you are unemployed at this time then it is good to work hard and try all the resources for finding a good job.

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