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14 November 2012


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Christian Allard

It seems that the answer is in the details:

"The only region of the UK that is showing a strong decrease in the employment rate is Scotland which decreased by 1.0 percentage points. However, it is not yet clear whether this decrease is thestart of a pattern of decreases or due to sampling variability."

I look at the graphs and I see Scotland's line with massive highs and lows, why?

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