Structure of Unemployment in Teksas
Decision-making at a local level concerning employment involves a need for estimating the character and extent of unemployment. Unemployment is generated by various causes such as business cycles, seasonal fluctuations, disproportions between professional qualifications of the unemployed and requirements ensuing from the structure of vacant Jobs as well as by manpower mobility and gaps in information flow with in the labour market. To ensure effective counteraction of unemployment by the local employment policy it is necessary to apply selective strategic programs at the local level addressed to particular forms of unemployment. The basic difficulty encountered in realization of such programs is connected with identification and quantitative determination of different unemployment categories. It is worth noting here that traditional forms of unemployment classification are, to a bigger extent, a product of abstract economic analysis than an effect of adaptation to the available statistical reporting.
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