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Research data: UNEMPLOYMENT
2020 Rethinking growth-unemployment puzzles in the COVID-19 recession: contextualising SA's macroeconomic policy options
The total value of goods and services produced inside South Africas borders fell steeply in the last two quarters of 2019, resulting in a sh...Download this report
2020 Effects of innovation activities on employment growth in upper-middle-income countries with high unemployment rates
Although previous studies have tried to estimate the impact of innovation on employment growth at the firm level in developed economies, ver...
Labour-force statistics indicate that the official unemployment rate in South Africa rose to 29% in the second quarter of 2019, the highest ...
"If you live in a township or in the rural areas and your job is in the urban area, our statistics show that around 40% to 60% of your salar...