|Type||Journal Article - Journal of Contemporary African Studies|
|Title||Employment and unemployment in South Africa|
In every country in which there is a labour market, employment and unemployment are politically sensitive issues. But the details of this sensitivity vary across countries. There are differences in the ways in which employment and unemployment affect living standards, poverty and inequality. In addition, there are differences in understandings of unemployment and willingness to tolerate it, not only between countries but within them.
|»||South Africa - Current Population Survey 1980|
|»||South Africa - Labour Force Survey 2003, March|
|»||South Africa - Labour Force Survey 2003, September|
|»||South Africa - October Household Survey 1994|
|»||South Africa - October Household Survey 1999|