Why are some countries have higher unemployment rates than others?

In Australia, unemployment is high.

In Britain, the unemployment rate is the highest it’s been in 50 years.

In the United States, the jobless rate is higher than it’s ever been, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

However, it’s important to note that all of these countries have different demographics and different demographics have different levels of unemployment.

For example, in Australia, the percentage of the population that is unemployed is significantly higher than in other countries, according the ABS.

According to data from the Bureau, the average number of unemployed people is about 17.4 percent.

However, this number is lower than the 20.6 percent that the US has experienced.

In fact, the US had the lowest number of jobless people in 2013, according data from Jobstamps.com.

Australia, on the other hand, had an average of 8.9 unemployed people per 100,000 people.

This is an increase of almost 40 percent over the last four years.

Australia has the highest percentage of unemployed workers in the world.

According the OECD, Australia has around the same number of jobs as the US.

However.

according to a study published by the Commonwealth Fund, Australia’s jobless rates are lower than in the US and the UK.

The study looked at data from 2009 to 2013 and compared it to data on unemployment rates from the UK, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and Germany.

According with the OECD data, Australia had a jobless jobless population of about 15.5 percent.

The UK had an unemployment rate of about 18.1 percent.

Germany had a lower unemployment rate than Australia, at 7.3 percent.

It’s important for people to understand that there is no universal measure for unemployment.

There are a number of factors that could influence unemployment rates in different countries, including education, age, gender, region and income.

In Australia’s case, a higher percentage of Australians are still in education compared to the US, according Statistics Australia.

In 2013, the median age of Australia’s population was 35.7 years.

This means that an estimated 10.9 percent of Australians aged 15 and older are still working.

While this number does not mean that people have stopped working, it is still a much higher percentage than many other countries.

However there are some caveats with this study.

While the OECD and Australian Bureau of Statistics data show that Australia’s unemployment rate has increased in the past, this is mainly due to people who are still on unemployment benefits.

The OECD data shows that the unemployment rates of people on unemployment are much lower than those of the general population.

It is also worth noting that the OECD figures do not include those people who have returned to work since the end of the Great Recession, such as people who received unemployment benefits and those on disability.

While it is possible that the recent surge in Australia’s unemployed population is because of people returning to work after the Great Depression, there are also many reasons why the unemployment figures are lower in Australia than other countries on the continent.

In addition, a large number of people who were employed were not able to find full-time work, according a report by the Australian Council of Social Service.

It has also been suggested that the low unemployment rate may be a result of the fact that Australians tend to prefer working part-time.

For this reason, it may be worth noting the fact the joblessness rate in Australia is lower when compared to other OECD countries.