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by Ivan Turok

  • ISBN: 1871769094
  • Category: Economics
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Ivan Turok
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Glasgow, Department of Urban Studies (December 31, 1997)
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Travel to Work Areas and the Measurement of Unemployment by Ivan .

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The measurement of localization would be more interesting if it could be related to economic processes and not . This paper examines the changing employment structure of 150 travel-to-work areas (TTWAs) in Britain from 1991 to 2001.

The measurement of localization would be more interesting if it could be related to economic processes and not limited to simple observational aspects. Among these, the choice of the right sectoral scale at which these measures have to be applied is normally given too little importance. Using data from the Annual Employment Survey and the Annual Business Inquiry, 20 sectors of economic activity are defined and investigated.

Unemployment rates among post-9/11 veteran spouses are appreciably above the rates of their civilian counterparts.

High unemployment among young post-9/11 veterans can be attributed to weakness in the labor market for young adults rather than for veterans. The Spouses of post-9/11 Veterans Have Appreciably Higher Unemployment Rates Than Similar Nonveterans. Unemployment rates among post-9/11 veteran spouses are appreciably above the rates of their civilian counterparts.

This book lucidly recounts the history of American unemployment .

This book lucidly recounts the history of American unemployment, showing that the policies of both President Hoover and President Roosevelt prolonged and exacerbated unemployment during the Great Depression. Here is a powerful rebuttal to the prevailing myths about unemployment and the government’s role in combating it. And it also points the way toward reforms that would have a meaningful, lasting impact on unemployment in the United States. The lowest unemployment areas are locations with relatively high agricultural employment, modest levels of unionization, and low rates of public assistance.

The paper finds that only a minority of the unemployed conform to the conventional picture of a worker who .

The paper finds that only a minority of the unemployed conform to the conventional picture of a worker who has lost one job and is looking f or another job. Other important categories are those who have jobs but are not at work because the jobs have not yet started or because of layoff, workers who are in normal spells between temporary jobs, people who are looking into the possibility of work as an alternative to household duties, school, or retirement, and people who have come back into the labor force. None of these categories is dominant.

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Periodic abnormal excess of labor supply over labor demand is caused by the fluctuations of industry, which in its present disorganized form makes necessary constant reserves waiting to answer calls when they come.

Measuring unemployment is the job of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Over the past several decades in the United States, the laborforce participation rate of women has increased and the laborforce participation rate of men had decreased. Every week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics produces data on unemployment. The Bureau of Labor Statistics' "employed" category includes those who worked as paid employees, worked in their own business, or worked as unpaid workers in a family member's business. Only paid workers are included in the Bureau of Labor Statistics' "employed" category.