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When we think of unemployment we routinely relate it to no money (income), and jobless. When a person or a society is unemployed have it be for a short period of time or a longer period of time we associate that state of being as limited on spending and what business wants a customer on a budget? None! That is why we think unemployment = bad . At times sometimes being unemployed is a good thing, it allows people to seek better or more rewarding jobs, it also allows people to go back to school in many cases further their education for a more reliable permanent job they are seeking to obtain. There are three types of unemployment: Frictional, Structural, and Cyclical. Frictional unemployment is when someone is seeking an employment after they have basically finished a trade or a school/degree, special training (study.com, 2003). One example of this is when a person finishes their college education and is seeking for employment is their field of study. In most cases this can take time because let’s face it you can’t land your dream job
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