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QUIZ A
Unemployment 3
CHAPTER
13
SECTION 1
A. Key Terms and Concepts
Directions: Match the terms with the descriptions. Write the letter of the correct answer in the
blank provided. Not all choices will be used.
1. situation that occurs when a period of steady work
is followed by a period of unemployment each year
2. situation that occurs when unemployment rises
during economic downturns and falls when the
economy improves
3. situation that occurs when people take time
to find a job
4. situation that occurs when the skills of workers do
not match the jobs that are available
5. the shift from local to global markets
6. the percentage of the labor force that is unemployed
B. Main Ideas
Directions: Write the letter of the correct answer in the blank provided.
7. How can changes in technology or consumer demand affect the
unemployment rate?
a. by making it difficult for people to buy what they want
b. by changing the number or kinds of jobs available
c. by creating a demand for things that are not available
d. by making it possible for some people to work fewer hours
8. What can happen to unemployment when the economy slows down?
a. It rises because the demand for labor goes down.
b. It falls because the demand for labor goes up.
c. It rises because the cost of labor goes up.
d. It rises because production speeds up.
9. Why dont government planners try to end seasonal unemployment?
a. It would eliminate too many jobs.
b. Many people do not want to work all year.
c. It would be too expensive.
d. It is a natural part of a healthy economy.
10. What does full employment mean?
a. There is no cyclical unemployment.
b. Every person who wants to work has a job.
c. There is no structural unemployment.
d. Those who want to work have full-time jobs.
a. globalization
b. cyclical
unemployment
c. discouraged worker
d. structural
unemployment
e. seasonal
unemployment
f. unemployment rate
g. underemployed
h. frictional
unemployment
a. globalization
b. cyclical
unemployment
c. discouraged worker
d. structural
unemployment
e. seasonal
unemployment
f. unemployment rate
g. underemployed
h. frictional
unemployment
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