Structural unemployment

Structural unemployment is the people who remain unemployed for long periods of time, often with little hope of finding new jobs like their old ones.

Definition Two:

Structural unemployment means unemployment related to changes in the composition of industries that make up an economy. This results in workers whose skills and training have become obsolete and who have little chance of ever finding employment at comparable paying jobs.


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