Unemployment is a concern to Costa Ricans

Costa Ricans are not worried about the risk of someone stealing their wallet, car or life. Now growing fear being robbed at work.

Unemployment is close to reaching the insecurity and could become the largest national anguish.

The 21% of respondents in the latest survey of Unimer mentioned unemployment as the biggest problem, and 25% insecurity.

Both problems have almost the same concern in a year and a half when 50% of people had insecurity as their greatest vigilance.

After five surveys, the conclusion was that insecurity shows a clear declining trend between popular concerns, and unemployment causes more headaches than ever in the government of Laura Chinchilla.

Until the first quarter of 2012 was 10.4% of the population affected by unemployment, according to the report published in July Continuing Employment Survey conducted by the National Institute of Statistics and Census (INEC). Includes over 15 who sought employment and not found. it

This data showed that the Costa Rican economy is growing without achieving generate a sufficient number of jobs for all who are seeking a job.

That same unemployment rate was at 8.6% in 2010, but later began to grow to the figure of 10.4%. This figure may partly explain the increase in concern for Costa Ricans for not having a job or fear losing it.

The third major national problem in the mind of Costa Ricans is the high cost of living (the highest for the 12.5% of respondents).

Corruption is in fourth place (11.5) according to the historical data of the company Unimer.

The more people are concerned about unemployment and young women between 25 and 29 years.