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Unformatted text preview: Gonzalez 1 Kevin Gonzalez Mrs. Tillmon WRC 0103 1 December 2011 Selective Unemployment Getting a job is not that easy anymore because people struggle finding jobs available and unemployment rates go up. People who were employed, were available for work, and tried to find employment during previous four weeks are considered unemployed (End of chapter). There are three types of unemployment: Structural, Frictional, and Seasonal unemployment. People believe if they do not find a job in their career it means other options are not available, but other individuals believe that jobs exist even when most jobs are already taken. Moreover, people can specialize in different occupations not related to their careers or majors and still get a good job. With structural unemployment the number of jobs available in some labor markets is insufficient to provide a job for everyone who wants one. However, these concepts are misunderstood because there are jobs available for them, and it is the persons choice if they...
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