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    I am completely ****ed. I dont know wtf I'm doing. The coursework is due on Tuesday. The exam board is AQA.

    The question is: Where is unemployment greater? (In the UK only)

    I have a hypothesis - "Highest unemployment rates are found in females in the South East region over a period of 20 years."

    I found data on unemployment and employment in females and males in all regions in the UK. I cant find any data on the period of time.

    I dont even know what to do after that as well. Help me please.
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    It's been a while since you posted and nobody's replied yet...maybe you should check out MarkedbyTeachers.com, TSR's sister site. It has the largest library of essays in the UK with over 173,000+ coursework, essays, homeworks etc.. all written by GCSE, A Level, University and IB students across all topics.

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    well there's no point now, the coursework is due tomorrow and I haven't even done anything. I can't wait to get a U.
 
 
 
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