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  2. Stimulus 2020: Unemployment Insurance for Self-Employed ...

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    In the midst of recent economic hardship, the federal government has bolstered the financial assistance offered to businesses and improved the benefits of unemployment insurance for self-employed ...

  3. Unemployment - Wikipedia

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    Unemployment is measured by the unemployment rate, which is the number of people who are unemployed as a percentage of the labour force (the total number of people employed added to those unemployed). Unemployment can have many sources, such as the following: new technologies and inventions

  4. Unemployment benefits - Wikipedia

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    Unemployment benefits are typically funded by payroll taxes on employers and employees. This can be supplemented by the government's general tax revenue, which can occur periodically or in response to economic downturn. Contribution rates are usually between 1–3% of gross earnings, and are usually split between the employer and employee.

  5. Graduate unemployment - Wikipedia

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    The unemployment rate of graduates In 2008, the unemployment rate of graduates was more than 30%. In this year the unemployment rate of graduates from top universities was 10%. In 2009, the employment rate of graduates who had bachelor's degree was in the 88% range. In 2010, the employment rate of college graduates rose 3.2% in 2009 reaching 91.2%.

  6. Social Security (United States) - Wikipedia

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    Net annual earnings from self-employment of less than $400. Wages received for service as an election worker, if less than $1,400 a year (in 2008). Wages received for working as a household employee, if less than $1,700 per year (in 2009–2010). Federal income taxation of benefits

  7. Employment-to-population ratio - Wikipedia

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    The ratio is used to evaluate the ability of the economy to create jobs and therefore is used in conjunction with the unemployment rate for a general evaluation of the labour market stance. Having a high ratio means that an important proportion of the population in working age is employed, which in general will have positive effects on the GDP ...

  8. Turnover (employment) - Wikipedia

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    Causes of high or low turnover. High turnover often means that employees are dissatisfied with their jobs, especially when it is relatively easy to find a new one. It can also indicate unsafe or unhealthy conditions, or that too few employees give satisfactory performance (due to unrealistic expectations, inappropriate processes or tools, or poor candidate screening).