Sidelined in the labour market - ARCHIVED

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This paper examines the costs of long-term unemployment. In economic terms, it leads to lower tax revenues, lower productivity and costlier social and health care programs. On a personal level, it is associated with financial difficulties, loss of self-esteem and health problems.

Issue Number: 2004104
Author(s): Dubé, Vincent
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