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Bell-land's unemployment rate is 7.2%. The ruler of Bell-land ( a wonderful, wise middle-aged woman in a wheelchair) asks you whether this is a good rate and if it is an improvement? What is your answer? What are the issues that you need to think about before giving your answer? Explain your answer using the concepts learned in the module. Bell-land is not the same as the U.S.

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Bell-land's unemployment rate is 7.2%. The ruler of Bell-land ( a wonderful, wise middle-aged woman in a wheelchair) asks you whether this is a good rate and if it is an improvement? What is your answer? What are the issues that you need to think about before giving your answer? Explain your answer using the concepts learned in the module. Bell-land is not the same as the U.S.

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