Unemployment is the world's fastest-rising fret, a survey wrapping 11,000 people in 23 countries suggests. Issues associated with price rises, such as higher food and energy prices, were on level pegging with joblessness in third place with both topics mentioned by 18% of those surveyed.
Dishonesty and scarcity still ranked the highest, but unemployment was mentioned by 18% - six periods the speed citing it in the first review in 2009. The growth in concern was found across all countries surveyed, although dishonesty emerged as the nearly all talked about global anxiety.
One could speculate that growing concern about the lack of jobs is linked to current economic worries, such as financial problems for euro currency and the resulting slowdown of major economies. One could contemplate that rising concern about the lack of jobs is connected to current economic worries, such as economic problems for euro currency and the resulting slowdown of most important economies.