Slicing the unemployed by class

In 2019-20, the poorest households accounted for 9.8% of all the households and only 3.2% of all the unemployed


We found earlier that the unemployed do not necessarily hangout at tea stalls. They are likely to be studying or occupied as being home-makers. We now try and locate the
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