Inflation and unemployment are probably, along with GDP, two of the most used economic indicators of how well a country is doing. Inflation measures increases in the price levels, which can hurt the economy in multiple ways when not under control. Unemployment measures the percentage of people in a country that, being able to work, are unemployed. Both are to be carefully measured, in order for governments to be able to keep them under control. Continue Reading
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