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Structural Unemploment
Unemployment resulting from changes in the basic composition of the economy.
    
These changes simultaneously Open new positions for trained workers. Here, the unemployed workers lack the specific skills required for the jobs, or are located in a different geographical region to the vacant jobs. Structural unemployment is usually a result of structural change. The government can mitigate the problem by providing an infrastructure that offers training in these areas so that the demand for these jobs can be met.

An example of structural unemployment is the technological revolution. Computers may have eliminated jobs, but they also opened up new positions for those who have the skills to operate the computers.
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