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Khizer Hayat Khuhawar
Haya Shah


This paper discusses the emergence of unemployment and the social problems arising and affecting the people as a consequence with added emphasis placed on the situation in Pakistan. Unemployment itself is a rapidly growing social issue, plaguing the citizens of the country, acting as the root cause of innumerable problems which further emphasizes on the severity of the issue and the urgency to ensure it is lowered and no longer acts as a hindrance for the progress of the country and its people.

Keywords: Income, Financial Issues, Insecurity, Education

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Khuhawar, K. H., & Shah, H. (2019). SOCIAL PROBLEMS DUE TO UNEMPLOYMENT. Journal of Marketing and Information Systems, 2(1), 8–9.


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