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Training unemployed citizens from among the inhabitants of the large area by profession "painter, plasterer, tiler - tiler"
In 2017, the share of long-term unemployed persons or those who have been without work for 12 months or longer, in the total number of unemployed persons declined by 3.
The high national disposable income threshold in Germany also explains the high percentage of unemployed at risk of poverty.
In response to a question from Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) MNA Dr Fouzia Hameed about details of unemployed graduates, the ministry's written response stated that there were 6,776 graduates in Islamabad are unemployed, of which 3,819 are men and 2,957 are women.
Simeon Okang'a, Diploma (disaster management), graduated 2010, unemployed.
While unemployed, he sent out hundreds of job applications.
USA], Aug 11 ( ANI ): People employed in low paying or highly stressful jobs may not actually enjoy better health than those who remain unemployed, according to a recent study.
The unemployed totaled 248,933 in 2015 and 225,049 in 2016.
Across the country, one in every ten people aged 20 to 24 is unemployed, compared to three per cent of 50 to 64-year-olds - making those in their early 20s three times more likely to be unemployed.
Estelle Davis, 42, unemployed, of Foremans Road , Sparkhill, jailed for six years and two months for conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine.
According to the same Eurostat seasonal data, out of all persons in the European Union (EU) who were unemployed in the fourth quarter 2015, some 65.
2% of Australians are unemployed, of whom 20% have been unemployed for 12 months or longer (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2011a, 2011b).