Regional Differences At The Hungarian Labour Market
AbstractIn present paper presenting the regional differences of the Hungarian labor market on the basis of individual survey, data collecting, and the statistics from the State Labor office was analyzed by the author. Also, The trends in the rate of unemployment and its structure in the past 13 years was also analyzed (computer based data collecting started in 1994.) The paper presenting the situation of unemployment from three points of view: regional, county and settlement. There is a significant difference between the two parts of Hungary. As we pas from the West to the East, the number of unemployment is rising as much. The research compares the different types of towns as well. There are county towns, two small towns near Budapest, an average developed district in Budapest, a small town in the rural region, one small industrial town, and one town at the Austrian-Hungarian border line in the West part of Hungary. The author studied the structure of unemployment from the following aspects: the level of registered unemployment, sexes, age groups, level of education.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Szent Istvan University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences in its series Bulletin of the Szent Istvan University with number 47542.
Date of creation: 2008
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differences; labor market; regions; unemployment; Labor and Human Capital; Teaching/Communication/Extension/Profession;
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