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Mr Brown has recently been retrenched. The firm he worked for had to retrench
a number of staff due to the downturn in the economy. Mr Brown has not
managed to find alternative employment. We can say he is _________________
unemployed.

(a) Structurally;
(b) Cyclically;
(c) Seasonally;
(d) Frictionally.

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