South Africa is struggling to keep pace with the global economy.
It has lost more than 20 per cent of its manufacturing jobs since 2008, as the world economy recovers from the global financial crisis.
But the number of jobs in some of the South Africa’s most important industries has been on the rise.
The unemployment rate in South Africa has been climbing since 2011.
So why has the unemployment rate been so high?
What is the job market like in South African cities and towns?
The unemployment problem in South America The South American country has long had a job market that was not well-equipped to cope with the economic downturn.
In a 2008 study, the International Monetary Fund predicted South America’s job market would be “exacerbated by the lack of investment in high-skilled, low-cost labour”.
The economic downturn has seen a number of large South American countries, including Argentina, Brazil and Colombia, see their job market shrink.
The South African unemployment rate is currently the second highest in South Americas after Colombia.
That means that in South East Asia, India, Indonesia and China, unemployment is much higher.
Unemployment in South American cities and areas has also been on a steady climb since 2010, with South African Jobcentre Plus reporting the highest unemployment rates in the region.
Unemployment is a major challenge for South African business owners.
Many South African companies are facing a significant job shortage due to the country’s weak job market.
According to the South Afrikaans Chamber of Commerce, a trade association of South African businesses, the South’s jobless rate is now the highest in the continent.
The Chamber of Business and Industry has warned that the South could face a “crisis” unless there is “major investment” in the country to boost the countrys economic recovery.
The jobs crisis has also affected the economy of South Africa itself.
According the South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy, the number and pace of new job losses have hit the South as a whole.
Job loss has also hit South Africa in the past.
The country experienced a major recession in 2007, and by 2008, the unemployment in South Australia stood at about 15 per cent.
The impact of the recession on the South has been felt across the country, with the South South African Institute of International Business reporting that the economy contracted by about 10 per cent in the six months ending December 2014.
Job losses have also hit the tourism sector, as many South African tourists are now finding it hard to find work due to their poor knowledge of South American labour laws.
South African workers in the tourism industry were particularly hard hit, with an unemployment rate of about 16 per cent and a drop in job prospects of about 12 per cent over the same period.
As South African jobs are being lost, other sectors are also losing jobs, as a result of the economic crisis.
Construction in South Afrikaner cities has been the biggest source of employment loss.
According a survey of nearly 500 South African construction companies, South Africa had the highest number of job vacancies in the construction industry in 2015, with a total of 5,000 construction workers.
South Africa now has the lowest job vacancy rate in the world, at 1.8 per cent, according to a study by South Africa Institute of Economic and Social Research.
Unemployment rates in South Korea In South Korea, the job-loss crisis has had a major impact on the economy.
According an official report by the Korea Employment Policy Institute, the national unemployment rate has been rising since 2010.
This year, the government has announced a package of measures that will allow South Koreans to obtain up to 30 hours of work per week, as part of the national “living wage”.
This is a much higher amount than the government is allowing people to receive for a single month, and the package of new measures will be extended to extend the existing “living wages” to at least 120 hours of weekly work per month by 2022.
The Korean government has also proposed to extend unemployment benefits to up to three years by 2021, and increase the amount of money a South Korean citizen can receive for unemployment benefits.
According South Korea’s National Bureau of Statistics, the overall unemployment rate stood at 13.5 per cent this year, which is up from 10.9 per cent last year.
South Korea is one of the top countries for job creation, with 1.3 million new jobs created last year, up from 1.2 million in 2015.
Unemployment levels in Japan Unemployment in Japan has been steadily increasing for a number, but not all, of the years.
During the 1990s and 2000s, Japan experienced its worst economic downturn in history, and its unemployment rate rose to 10 per 100,000 people.
This was the highest level since the end of World War II.
Unemployment rose to 16.9 percent in 2014, which was the lowest rate since 2007.
Unemployment has been increasing steadily in recent years, with unemployment rates increasing by 2.6 percentage points every year since 2009