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37E Suppose we have five jobs with specified required

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Problem 37E

?37E Suppose we have five jobs with specified required times and deadlines: ?t?1 = 25, d?1 = 50; ?t?3 = 15, ?d?2 = 60; ?t?3 = 20, ?d?3 = 60; ?t?4 =5, ?d?4 = 55; ?t?5 = 10, ?d?5 = 75. Find the maximum lateness of any job when the jobs are scheduled in this order (and they start at time 0): Job 3, Job 1, Job 4, Job 2, Job 5. Answer the same question for the schedule Job 5, Job4, Job 3, Job I, Job 2.

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Econ201 Chapter 5 - Monitoring Jobs and Inflation 2/7/17 Employment and Unemployment ● July 2007, 7 million people fell into recession ○ By end of recession (2009), 15 million were still in recession ● July 2014, 10 million Americans couldn’t find jobs ● Why is unemployment a problem ○ People are working → people aren’t producing stuff → GDP goes down ○ This is bad economically, psychologically ● Human capital → prolonged unemployment damages a worker’s job prospects; the longer one is unemployed, the more their human capital is destroyed ● On average, a person who loses their job usually cannot find another for 25 weeks ● Average length of unemploym

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