regional unemployment

regional unemployment

a form of STRUCTURAL UNEMPLOYMENT, associated with the decline of certain industrial activities such as shipbuilding and steel production, that is heavily concentrated in particular regions of the country. See REGIONAL POLICY.
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6% in 2016, the regional unemployment rate remains slightly higher than the national rate (19.
Companies that are recruiting and hiring in New Hampshire know what they face: regional unemployment rates under 3 percent that are the lowest in 16 years; a pool of potential employees too small to fill the demand; and significant competition in state and over our borders for workers.
While Canterbury has New Zealands lowest regional unemployment rate, skills shortages pose a significant risk to high-value production across all districts in the region, Mr Bridges says.
Tees Valley Mayor, Ben Houchen welcomed the figures, saying: "It is fantastic news that the North East has seen the fastest year-on-year decline in regional unemployment.
Economic theory provides a variety of perspectives on the nature and significance of regional unemployment differentials.
Thus, no significant differences were found among the four regions in terms of regional unemployment for 2009, 2011 and 2013.
The announcement of new jobs follows news from local business leaders that regional unemployment figures are falling.
In the Arab states, ILO estimated that unemployment is probably the highest in the world, with regional unemployment rates exceeding 11 percent in the Middle East and 12 percent in North Africa, and the problem is particularly pronounced for youth and women, with one in four young men and women being out of work.
The Socialists entered the balloting with their party tainted by corruption scandals and a regional unemployment rate of 34 percent, 10 percentage points above the national average.
Its regional unemployment rate is the highest in the country at 34.
Statistics released on Wednesday revealed a regional unemployment rate of 9.
Economic growth in the Mena region overall has failed to keep pace with the region's rapidly expanding population, resulting in the highest regional unemployment rate in the world," said the report.

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