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This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract Background During the last few years, many countries in Europe suffered Unemployment in hungary the effect a severe economic crisis which resulted in high unemployment rates. In this frame, the possible relationship between unemployment rate and suicidal rates at the level of the general population has been debated recently.
Material and methods The official data concerning completed suicides and unemployment rates from the Hungarian Central Statistical Office for the years — were used.
The percentage of changes from the previous year in the unemployment rate and the suicidal rates concerning both the general and the unemployed populations was calculated.
Pearson correlation coefficient between the change in suicidal rates and change in unemployment rates was calculated both for the same year as well as after 1—6 years.
Results The correlations between the unemployment rate and suicide rates were strongly negative both for the general and for the unemployed populations Discussion The current findings from Hungary suggest that unemployment might be associated with suicidality in the general population only after 3—5 years.
It is possible that the distressing environment of the economic crisis increases suicidality in the general population rather than specifically in unemployed people.
Suicide, Austerity, Delayed effect Background Completed suicide rates vary from 3. Belarus [ 1 ]. During the last few years, many countries in Europe suffered from a severe economic crisis which resulted in high unemployment rates.
In spite of the fact that clinical studies consistently show that unemployment is a risk factor for suicide [ 23 ], the possible relationship between unemployment rate and the suicidal rate at the level of the general population has been debated recently with conflicting opinions and conclusions [ 4 - 8 ].
Besides a positive association between suicide and unemployment reported from several European countries and from the USA [ 910 ], the overall conclusion was rather negative concerning the short-term and the presence of a robust relationship, especially concerning Greece and Italy [ 56 ].
The experience from other countries which underwent similar problematic periods is also inconclusive e.
Argentina and the Eastern Europe. At the same time, we should bear in mind that these studies are ecological with obvious shortcomings and also that the interpretations of the raw data are somewhat conflicting [ 6911 - 13 ].
People with mental health problems are more likely to be pushed into poverty through increased health costs, loss of employment, reduced work hours and stigma [ 14 ]. However, the opposite i. Yet, some results—mainly derived studies from populations who lost their job in mass lay-offs—suggest such a causation [ 15 ].
Furthermore, results of a meta-analysis of studies with individual-based data suggest that becoming unemployed is associated with greater levels of distress, while the opposite process to move into employment is associated with decreasing levels of distress [ 16 ]. In addition, some results from studies that used individual-level data also suggest that the current crisis leads to an increasing prevalence of mental disorders i.
Furthermore, results from some of these studies also suggest that the detrimental effects of the crisis are more pronounced in those individuals who are involved personally e.
In this frame, it is interesting to monitor any changes in suicidal rates in those countries under severe socio-economic stress. It is important to see if the adverse economic situation and especially unemployment decelerate or ever reverse this trend.
Recently, we have demonstrated that the very explicit year-lasting decline of the Hungarian suicide rates had a turning point inwhile the unemployment rate increased in two steps a smaller in and a bigger in In the same period, the annual antidepressant consumption a possible proxy for the treatment of depression which is the most powerful risk factor for suicide has doubled between and [ 18 ].
The current article tries to clarify the possible relationship between unemployment and suicide rate in Hungary through the last decade and during the ongoing economic crisis which is characterized by recession and high unemployment rates.
Material and methods The authors gathered the official data concerning completed suicides and unemployment rates from the Hungarian Central Statistical Office http: The percentage of changes from previous year in unemployment rate and the suicidal rates concerning both the general and the unemployed populations was calculated.
Pearson correlation coefficient between the change in suicidal rates and the change in unemployment was calculated both for the same year as well as between unemployment and suicidality after 1—6 years.
This means that the values of change in unemployment were matched with changes in suicidality after 1—6 years, and thus, six different correlation coefficients were calculated.
The correlation between the general population suicidal rates and the unemployment population suicidal rates was strong 0.
Unemployment in Hungary-the effect of the economic crisis Unemployment in Hungary- The effect of the economic crisis I. Introduction One of the most serious problems in Hungary is the unemployment. People are trying to find solutions to beat the unemployment but yet those efforts were hopeless, and they are still fighting to create job. So let's calculate the unemployment rate in the small town of Ceelo. As you can see, here are the statistics from the town government regarding the labor market in the town of Ceelo. The Effect of Unemployment Benefit On The Length of Unemployment The Case of Hungary By Balázs Reizer Submitted to Central European University Department of Economics unemployed I use the change of the unemployment benefit In Hungary on 1st November The reason for that is that one part of the variance of the .
The correlations between unemployment rates and suicide rates were strongly negative both for the general and for the unemployed populations A similar matrix was created for the unemployed population also.
Table 1 Unemployment and suicidal rates in both populations and percent changes from the previous year Year.The euro area seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate was % in September , stable compared with August and down from % in September The EU unemployment rate was % in September , stable compared with August and down from % in September Get the latest news and analysis in the stock market today, including national and world stock market news, business news, financial news and more.
In Hungary the registrated unemployed people number has culminated in the February of According to authoritative datas the number of the unemployed people were , which means the unemployed rate was 13, 6%.The growth in the unemployment was last until then from we could experience a continuous setback.
Unemployment statistics Jump to: navigation, search Data up to July Higher youth unemployment in the euro area than in the EU since mid Globalisation and technological progress have an ever-increasing effect on daily life, and the demand for different types of labour and skills is evolving at a rapid pace.
The employment effect was proved definitely negative by detailed empirical analyses (Kertesi and Köllő, ). Outflows from insured unemployment in Hungary, , Budapest Working. With member countries, staff from more than countries, and offices in over locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership: five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries.