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19. If an individual who cannot find a job because his or her job skills have become obsolete this is an example of A. frictional unemployment. C. structural unemployment. B. cyclical unemployment. D. seasonal unemployment
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User: 19. If an individual who cannot find a job because his or her job skills have become obsolete this is an example of A. frictional unemployment. C. structural unemployment. B. cyclical unemployment. D. seasonal unemployment

Weegy: B. cyclical unemployment.
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If an individual cannot find a job because his or her job skills have become obsolete, this is an example of structural unemployment.
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20. The natural rate of unemployment is generally thought of as the A. ratio of the frictional unemployment rate to the cyclical unemployment rate. B. sum of structural unemployment and cyclical unemployment. C. sum of frictional unemployment and cyclical unemployment. D. sum of frictional unemployment and structural unemployment.
Weegy: B. cyclical unemployment. When there is no cyclical unemployment, then the economy is considered to be operating at full employment levels. (More)
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The natural rate of unemployment is generally thought of as the sum of frictional unemployment and structural unemployment.
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24. A bank has excess reserves to lend but is unable to find anyone to borrow the money. This will __________ the size of the money multiplier. A. reduce C. increase B. have no effect on D. double
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A bank has excess reserves to lend but is unable to find anyone to borrow the money. This will reduce the size of the money multiplier.
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