Unemployment has been a serious problem of the
Different government interventions have been implemented to help improve the
Employment trends changes over time, and so as the interventions used to improve employment. This study will try to identify the changes in
Ø What are the differences between the unemployment rate in 1991 and the unemployment rate in 2001?
Ø What are the differences between the strategies used by the government to improve unemployment rate in 1991 and the strategies used in 2001?
Ø Did the strategies used to improve unemployment improved from 1991 to 2001?
Ø Is the unemployment rate in 1991 higher compared to the unemployment rate in 2001?
The objective of the study is to be able to identify the demographic differences of unemployment rates between 1991 and 2001; and to identify the differences of government intervention to combat unemployment rates from 1991 to 2001. The following are the goals of the study:
Ø To conduct research in UK National Statistics and obtain census data on unemployment from 1991 to 2001.
Ø To conduct an in-depth literature research for documents on government programs that target unemployment from 1991 to 2001.
Ø To be able to draw a conclusion regarding the trend of unemployment in the
Secondary data will be used to complete the research. Previous literatures and statistics will be used to answer the problem of the study. Specifically, the study will search for literatures that pertain to previous government project for improving employment in the
The research will be descriptive and will deduce the hypothesis: "Government employment strategies have improved from 1991 to 2001, but only produced little result".
Documents to be collected are statistical data of employment trends from 1991 to 2001. It will be obtained from the National Census Bureau or the National Statistics office.
Data will be analyzed using percentage analysis. On the other hand, a qualitative interpretation will be conducted to identify the relationship between the demographic trends in the
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