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What is Unemployed

The measure based on the International Labour Organisation (ILO) guidelines which counts as unemployed those who are without a job, are available to start work in the next two weeks, who want a job and have been seeking a job in the last four weeks or are waiting to start a job already obtained.

Crown Copyright. Material taken from National Statistics website: www.statistics.gov.uk. Reproduced under the terms and conditions of the Click-Use Licence.

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