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Understanding Frictional vs. Structural Unemployment

13 May 2020

Frictional and structural unemployment are two different types of unemployment that occur in an economy. Frictional unemployment occurs when workers search for jobs. Conversely, structural unemployment is caused by shifts in the economy that make it difficult for workers to find employment.

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