There are people who are institutionalized, or in mental institutions for example, are they considered when determining this rate?
The way unemployment rate is determined is based on the workforce that are capable of performing a duty or function with no mental illness or physical disability that would make it impossible ... Continue Reading
What makes a person elgible for unemployment benefits? How does unemployment work?
The amount of time it takes to be eligible for unemployment benefits varies. In Washington, it takes 20 weeks. The amount depends on how much you make during your best 2 quarters in the previous year. The ... Continue Reading
It is important to know what these types of unemployment are so the true rate can accurately be gauged.
There is a specific value assigned to those in the work force who are between jobs. This is considered a short-term transition of less than four weeks. This could be a voluntary ... Continue Reading
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Its a real tragedy. Getting early work experience is a key to later life in that the mistakes you make are easier to recover from. More importantly though is learning good work habits from the outset from good people. The downside, learning bad business culture. Got to ... Continue Reading
A report by the International Labour Organisation indicates young people worldwide continue to be hardest hit by recession
Global youth unemployment has hit a record high and is expected to rise further, according to a report from the International Labour Organisation, which echoes warnings in the UK that young people continue ... Continue Reading
The 2010 unemployment extension bill is targeted for a new proposed amendment coming from Senator Orrin Hatch. He wants everyone who collects unemployment benefits or receives welfare to be drug tested before getting their money. Hatch believes this will be one way to curb drug abuse, according to CBS News.
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Every month the Office for National Statistics publishes the UK’s unemployment figures. But the report doesn’t just give the big numbers. It includes a fascinating breakdown of the UK at work – and out of it.
Here are 10 things we learnt today (and the table numbers in the official release, ... Continue Reading
Arrive on time. Dress well. Write a thank-you note. Do not lie on the application. You have the job search basics, but the gods of jobs have plagued their village with a drought. If you’re interviewing after a layoff, finding a change of employment or the documentation for your interview ... Continue Reading