Thursday, September 15, 2011

Guatemalan unemployment

I am trying to finish a textbook on Latin American politics, which has gone through a few rounds of very valuable reviews. As I work on the statistical updates for each country, though, I have a question that I cannot answer. The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean has loads of really good data, but for some reason the unemployment numbers for Guatemala have not been reported since 2004. Does anyone have any idea why? Suriname is the only other country to have seriously missing unemployment data (nothing since 2006) but the rest of the region has complete numbers.


Slave Revolt,  11:34 PM  

Greg, the answer is simple: there is no figuring and reporting the data for so many years because the peole that engaged such work are unemployed.

Chicken, meet Egg. Egg, meet Chicken, and act like chicken and climb up Chicken's ass to hide (because you are chicken).

Would such act cause Chicken to 'cum' first.

(no answer because the researchers that grapple with this quasi-pornograghic question...are unemployed.)

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