Question 16. A welder who quits his job and moves from Pittsburgh to Madison to try to get a better welding job is said to be: a) structurally unemployed. b) underemployed. c) cyclically unemployed. d) frictionally unemployed.

Question 16. A welder who quits his job and moves from Pittsburgh to Madison to try to get a better welding job is said to be:
a) structurally unemployed.
b) underemployed.
c) cyclically unemployed.
d) frictionally unemployed.

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