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Asia Documents | 14 December 2017 Korea's Public Sector Jobs Drive Fizzles out. BoK to Hike Anyway
The Korean unemployment rate edged back up to 3.7% in November from October's 3.6%. Young graduates--the usual suspects--accounted for most of the rise.

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14 December 2017 Korea's Public Sector Jobs Drive Fizzles out. BoK to Hike Anyway

By Freya Beamish

The Korean unemployment rate edged back up to 3.7% in November from October's 3.6%. Young graduates--the usual suspects--accounted for most of the rise.

Posted: 13th Dec 2017 in 'Asia Documents'

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