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Which of the following is a result of unemployment that is very low? a. The few people who are unemployed stop looking for jobs. b. Wages drop below the level of minimum wage. c. Companies have
difficulties recruiting workers. d. Companies stop looking for people to fill unfilled jobs. Please select the best answer from the choices provided
Which of the following is a result of unemployment that is very low? c. Companies have difficulties recruiting workers.
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