Chances of finding employment versus length of time unemployed
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Asked by: danny200203-ga
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11 Nov 2005 06:20 PST
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Question ID: 591871
What empirical evidence is there that suggests the likelihood of finding employment on a given day varies with the length of time a worker has been unemployed? Where can I find websites that go into detail on this connection?
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Re: Chances of finding employment versus length of time unemployed
From: knickers-ga on 11 Nov 2005 12:00 PST
The general rule and what all job agencies will tell you is that it is easier to find a job when you are in one. Check out the Coutts websites which have all sorts of useful information related to employement and job hunting.
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