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How can we solved the problem of discouraged workers?

I am working on a project for my class on solutions how to solve or somehow mitigate the problem with discourage workers.

Asked By: - 10/4/2010
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Different methods can be used to deal with this problem depending on what category of unemployment caused the problem for each individual in the first place. Categories of unemployment are: frictional, structural, and cyclical. Each one of these would involve different methods to deal with unemployment. If overall... More
Answered By: jerry w - 10/5/2010
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Er, what?! That sounds so ludicrously vague! Um, increase wages? Cut hours? More benefits? If you could elaborate then I'd be able to provide a better answer.
Answered By: AntiState AntiWar ProFreeMarket - 10/4/2010
 
Give them a job for which their skilled in. Easier said than done in the current climate.
Answered By: Kenneth - 10/4/2010
 
Obviously, make jobs available and not just competing with the hispanics for jobs flipping burgers, which by the way is taken up by mostly hispanics... More
Answered By: Eklektikos - 10/4/2010
 
Most of them are physically and mentally unsound. That's why they were laid off at least once. They don't have a chance for retraining whatsoever. Moreover, they don't have any support from their family.Even when the government can create more jobs, they might not be able to find one. They don't apply for any benefit... More
Answered By: Anjaree - 10/4/2010
 
The easiest way would be yeah to just increase wadges and give benefits like some firms that gives their workers shares or let them bring jeans on mondays and stuff. There are thousands of answers to your question and you can esealy write a paper about it. One that the teachers particulary like is that while Adam Smith... More
Answered By: daniel - 10/5/2010
 
Solving unemployment is easy: remove minimum wage laws. For better wages: Increase the demand for labor by making it easier to start and/or grow a business; reduce regulations and taxes...
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