Choose the best answer to each question. Then check your answers.


1. What does "unemployed" mean?

2. What do people in Canada receive when they're unemployed?

3. What do employment centres NOT do?

4. What is "aid" in the context of the subject of the video?

5. Which people are anxious to know the unemployment figures?

6. Why is unemployment a major problem for a country?

7. What problem is NOT related to unemployment?

8. Why do workers give money to the country?

9. Why does unemployment affect trade?

10. What happens when the business sector has less money?

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1. Work in small groups. You are employers and are preparing an interview for candidates for a job at your company.

- What job are you interviewing people for?

- What skills does the candidate need?

- What questions are you going to ask?

- How are you going to communicate the result of the interview? (By telephone, email, whatsapp, SMS, etc.)

Write a short job description for applicants.

2. Present the job description to the class and ask for applicants.

3. Interview one or two people.

4. Tell the people you interviewed the result!


Write about 100 words describing one of the interviews you saw/took part in.

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