The number of people who suffer from PMI has increased sharply over the last decade, according to a new study by the International Monetary Fund.
It was previously believed that the higher a country’s PMI is, the lower its unemployment rate, but the new study found that it does not appear to have an impact on a countrys employment rates.
In fact, among those countries with the highest and lowest PMI levels, the countries with higher and lower unemployment rates did not differ significantly in terms of the number of unemployed, according the report, released today.
This is the first study to investigate whether a country has an effect on the unemployment rate on the basis of its economic output, which can be the key determinant of an economy’s success.
The IMF’s analysis is based on data from its global economic activity model (GEAM) for the year 2010.
The analysis includes GDP and employment data from the United Nations, World Bank and IMF.
The new study looked at the results of three measures of the unemployment, unemployment-to-population ratio (IMT), unemployment-per-capita (IPS) and the unemployment-in-years-per month (IAPM).
The IAPM is the number that is used by the IMF to project an economys unemployment rate and the IPS is the average monthly unemployment rate.
In the analysis, the IMF looked at all countries in the world, and it determined that the IAPMs for the United States were 4.3 percentage points higher than the IPSs, meaning that a country with a higher IPS would have a higher unemployment rate than one with a lower IPS.
For example, the United Kingdom has a low unemployment rate of 6.5 percent, while France has a high IPS of 11.2 percent.
The United States has a higher IAP (8.9 percent) than the French (6.8 percent), while India’s IAP is 6.2 percentage points lower than the United Arab Emirates’ (6 percent).
The results were similar for India and China, which had a lower unemployment rate but a higher GDP.
India had a higher economic output per capita of $11,621 (in 2010 dollars) than China, but its GDP per capita was only $6,746.
The study found no difference in the unemployment rates of the nations with higher ITPs and lower IPSs.
For instance, in India, the IPS was 9.5 percentage points more than the ITP, and in China, it was 9 percentage points less.
The average monthly IPS in 2010 was 10.5, while in the United Sates it was 7.9.
However, the differences between countries are not that large, the report noted.
In particular, for the first time, it found that the unemployment of the United states had decreased between 2002 and 2008.
The report noted that the overall increase in unemployment in 2010 had been due to a decline in the number and type of people working in the labor force.
However it said that this could be due to some countries, particularly in Asia, having an increased rate of unemployment.
India has had a very large drop in the employment of its youth, and this has caused a decline of 15 percent in the population, the authors noted.
China had a more moderate increase in its employment of youth in the period, but had an even smaller decrease in the total number of workers in the workforce.
While China’s overall employment increased, its youth unemployment fell significantly, the researchers found.