3 edition of Characteristics of the long-term unemployed found in the catalog.
Characteristics of the long-term unemployed
Maryland. Dept. of Employment Security.
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HD5725.M35 A48|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||68066098|
Highlights The length of unemployment predicts mortality, differently in men and women, and by cause of death: A six year mortality follow-up of the Swedish – recession. Long-term unemployment is related to elevated all-cause mortality for Swedish men and women. This was best described by a cubic function for men and a linear for women. Behind this pattern, . The duration of unemployment of long – term jobseekers depending on these factors will be statistically modeled. To optimize the conditions and amount of the regular and one-off grant of active labor market policy the knowledge of the structure of long-term unemployed jobseekers and identification of their characteristics is necessary.
12 hours ago As figure 3 shows, the gap between the number of long-term unemployed (purple line) and the number of people receiving emergency UI or EB increased when EB started to trigger off in most states in. A Book 9 November Long-Term Unemployment After the Great Recession: 1 The long-term unemployment rate is defined as the share of the labour force that is unemployed for more than twelve across countries and across workers with different characteristics. Questions of this kind were the subject of intense.
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Get this from a library. Family characteristics of the long-term unemployed: a report on a study of claimants under the temporary extended unemployment compensation program, [United States. Unemployment Insurance Service.; United States. Bureau of. Characteristics of the Long-Term Unemployed Who Are the Long-Term Unemployed.
The long-term unemployed tend to differ from employed workers in terms of education, race, family mak-up, disability, and poverty. Each graph compares long-term unemployed, newly unemployed (those out of work for less than five weeks), and employed workers.
Get this from a library. Review of the characteristics of long term unemployment benefit recipients in Australia, [Australia. Department of Social Security. Research and Statistics Branch.;]. One of the characteristics of the recession that officially began in December and ended in June was the rise in long-term unemployment.1The long-term unemployed are often defined as workers who have been looking for work for more than six months.
But many workers have been looking for work for longer periods. The two causes of long-term unemployment are cyclical unemployment and structural unemployment. Cyclical unemployment itself is often caused by a recession.
Structural unemployment occurs when workers' skills no longer meet the needs of the job market. Long-term cyclical and structural unemployment feed off each other. However, the characteristics of the long-term unemployed changed in some ways between the two periods.
For example, among people unemployed for more than half a year, some groups accounted for larger shares in than in —particularly women, people with a college or graduate degree, and people age 55 or older. This analysis suggests that the characteristics of the long-term unemployed in the United States are not unique and that long-term unemployment has started to dissipate as labor market conditions have improved.
Nevertheless, long-term unemployment has persisted remarkably in the aftermath of the recession. 9 hours ago The declining initial claims number, alongside a high rate of continuing unemployment claims, indicates that the layoffs many workers expected to be temporary are proving to be more long term.
THE LONG-TERM UNEMPLOYED The number of long-term unemployed persons (that is, those unemployed for 52 weeks or more) in Australia trebled between August and Augustincreasing fromtoIn Marchthe number of long-term unemployed reached an unprecedented peak of How do companies value the job-relevant characteristics and skills of the long-term unemployed.
And do long-term unemployed people benefit if companies use social contacts for their recruitment. You find interesting answers on these questions here: IAB-Discussion Paper 16/ You can find more PES relevant research outputs on IAB´s webpage.
long-term unemployment which was not associated with high replacement ratios, with being well-off or with voluntary search: t he lack of search was, for the most part, a result of discouragement. In our recent research on long-term unemployment, we have sought to understand the relative importance of the changing composition of the pool of unemployed individuals over time, the impact of "duration dependence"--the possibility that the chance of finding a job depends in part on how long an individual has been unemployed--and labor market.
A long-term unemployed veteran with a disability reflects the greatest credit potential at $9, "The midrange we see is between $1, and $1, per qualified worker," Molloy said. Long-term unemployment experience of the jobless (June ) Record unemployment Characteristics of Unemployment Insurance Applicants and Benefit Recipients.
A special supplemental survey provided information on people who applied for or received unemployment insurance (UI) benefits. This study presents a detailed examination of long-term youth unemployment in Europe.
It seeks to identify the factors that increase the risk of a young person being jobless for 12 months or more and to analyse the scarring effects this has on well-being, as well as on income and employment prospects in the long term.
experiencing long-term unemployment were, relative to the overall labor force, more likely to be male, to be young, to be unmarried, to be African American, and to have no postsecondary education (see Table 1).1 However, the characteristics of the long-term unemployed changed in some ways between the two periods.
Figure 1 decomposes the overall unemployment rate into three groups — short- medium- and long-term unemployed — and shows the unusual trend in long-term unemployment during the Great Recession and its aftermath. For more than 50 years, unemployed individuals were mostly short-term unemployed, even during recessions.
Long-term unemployment may be linked to an increased risk of poverty, as well as an associated burden on the welfare system (Ross, ). This article provides a brief overview of some of the information available relating to long-term unemployment, including some of the characteristics of the long-term unemployed.
MEASURES OF LONG-TERM. Source: Figures for unemployment rates and long-term unemployment are drawn from European Commission, Employment in Europe,Figures on composition of the unemployed are from Eurostat, Labour Force Survey, n.a.
=not available 2 For details, see Appendix A, pp. – Predicting Long-Term Unemployment in Canada SOURCE: Statistics Canada, LFS. Figure Proportion of Total Unemployment That Is Long-Term and the Unemployment Rate, – employment. The LTU increased from 3 percent of all unemployed in to 5 percent into 7 percent inand reached a peak of 15 percent in.
The aim of this paper is to analyze characteristics of long-term unemployment spells in Romania and to\ud estimate the effect of factors influencing long-term unemployment spells.
The study period is in between January 1st\ud and December 31st long-term spells registered in the specified period at the National Agency of\ud.The relationship between unemployment and smoking weakened (odds ratio95% CI to ) when psychosocial factors were entered into the analysis.
The odds of the inability to control important things in life was times (95% CI to ) greater, and the odds of emotional isolation was times (95% CI to ) greater.While the youth labour market has improved considerably sinceone legacy of the recent economic crisis is the large cohort of long-term unemployed young people, which represents nearly one-third of jobless young people.
This report provides an updated profile of the youth labour market in and describes trends over the past decade. It explores the determinants of long-term.