A method of imputing missing values when there are incomplete data. Unemployment
The definitions vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction but most follow the following general character: the number of jobless people who are available
352 Uniform Distribution for work and are actively seeking work. The fact that unemployment can be both caused by and a cause of ill-health is, of course, a field of study, even for some health economists. See Friction Cost, Full Employment, Involuntary Unemployment, Natural Rate of Unemployment, Structural Unemployment.
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