Posted October 06, 2018 05:14:49 As Venezuela’s unemployment rate continues to climb, the country’s labor force is still growing.
But the latest data shows that while many Venezuelans are looking for jobs, others are also looking for a better life.
In an attempt to understand why the country has so many unemployed, CBS News spoke to experts about what it means to be unemployed in Venezuela.
What are unemployment rates?
Unemployment is the state of being without a job and is a condition of the countrys economic development.
In the case of Venezuela, unemployment is defined as not having a job, the lack of a job being due to either a change in the labor market or the lack or lack of employment of a person.
According to the Venezuelan Labor Ministry, unemployment rates in Venezuela have been on the rise in recent years.
According to official statistics, in 2016, there were a total of 4.6 million unemployed in the country.
According a 2017 study by the Center for Economic and Policy Research, between 2004 and 2016, the number of unemployed rose from 2.4 million to 4.8 million.
In addition, an additional 1.1 million people became unemployed in 2016 and another 3.3 million were unemployed in 2017.
Unemployment rates in the United States, however, are not as high as Venezuela’s.
The unemployment rate in the U.S. is 5.3 percent, while in Venezuela it is 5 percent.
The most common reason Venezuelans apply for unemployment is because they are out of work.
This is because many people who lose their jobs to the crisis are unable to find work, and are unable or unwilling to take care of themselves.
Unemployed people in the countries biggest city of Caracas have a higher risk of getting caught in the political turmoil and economic crisis.
In fact, the majority of Venezuelans who were out of the labor force in 2016 were employed in manufacturing, which is a key sector of the economy.
For many people in Venezuela, being unemployed is more than just a burden; it’s a threat.
And if they’re unemployed, they can’t get a job.
For those who work in the garment industry, it means that they can no longer afford to buy goods or services.
“If I don’t get paid and get injured or killed, that’s when I lose my job.
That’s when my life is over,” said Jose Luis, a 28-year-old taxi driver.
Jose Luis is one of the people who has lost his job in the apparel industry.
He has lost about 40 percent of his salary in the past five years.
Jose is among the people working in factories that make clothes for the world’s largest fashion chain, H&M.
It’s the second-largest employer in Caracas, after Walmart.
“You can’t work, you can’t go out, you have to stay home.
That is what’s driving me to the streets,” he said.
Jose and his fellow workers are in constant fear of losing their jobs.
In 2016, a group of more than 10 workers were killed in a fire at a factory in Carabobo, a city about 60 miles (97 kilometers) from Caracas.
A day after the fire, the local governor ordered the closure of the city, blaming it on “a massive corruption scandal.”
Despite this, a small group of workers in Caraboose factory continued to work despite the fire.
Some of them are still employed.
Jose’s employer, a garment manufacturer called Zeta, is owned by a Venezuelan-American billionaire.
Jose said that he and his colleagues at Zeta have had to rely on government help.
But they’re not receiving much help at all.
“It’s really hard for us to make money in the factory, because the government pays a lot of money for rent and electricity.
But I can’t do that because the bosses in the city don’t want to pay,” he told CBS News.
Jose has been out of his job for more than a year now.
He’s trying to get a new job, but the company that employs him, Zeta Factory, says they can only provide him with a wage that’s $8 a day.
He said the company only offers him a salary that is less than half of what he was getting in 2016.
Despite these challenges, Jose is optimistic.
He is hoping that the Venezuelan government will finally take care the situation of the unemployed in Caracol, the city where he works.
“The government is doing something, they’re doing it, they have to do something.
We have to believe in them, because we don’t have much hope for our future,” Jose said.