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Hey everyone,

I really don't understand how to draw a structural unemployment graph, and my teacher is in the hospital. I am not able to find any info about it either.

Please help 

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The previous answer is perfect, I'm just breaking it down a bit more to make sure you know what to draw:

vertical axis: wages
horizontal axis: quantity of labour (in that specific industry)
curves: demand for labour (Dl1) + another one to the left (Dl2) and supply of labour (Sl) in that industry (and not ADL and ASL as those represent the total labour market of the whole economy). Structural unemployment will be represented at the original equilibrium wage level, where now there is a higher supply of labour (Sl) than demand for it (Dl2). 

Daniel
EconDaddy - IB Economics teacher and tutor
www.econdaddy.com

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