What is the difference between disguised unemployment and seasonal unemployment?

Asked by Shivani Kumari | 1 year ago |  257

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Solution :-

Rural areas have cases of both seasonal and disguised unemployment. Seasonal unemployment is when a person is unable to find jobs during a few months of the year. This mostly happens for farmers who are unemployed for a part of the year when no crops are grown. Disguised unemployment is when people appear to be employed. When the number of people working on agricultural land is higher than the number of people actually required to work, this is considered as an example of disguised unemployment. If a piece of land requires only three people to work on it, but rather five are working on it, the two extra people are an example of disguised unemployment.

Answered by Vishal kumar | 1 year ago

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