Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Unemployment"

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Q: What does Unemployment is rocketing mean?
A: It means Unemployment is increasing fast. I’ve never heard someone actual say it that way though.
Q: What does Unemployment tastes good mean?
A: Ok so first of all unemployment means you no longer have a job. So it means being unemployed feels good

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Q: Unemployment rate describes how many people are not employed. Does this sound natural?
A: The unemployment rate is a measure of the amount of people that are not employed.
Q: Unemployment people may get involved in crime in order to get money. Does this sound natural?
A: ​​Unemployed people may get involved in crime in order to get money
Q: Unemployment in Brazil has taken on a new dimension. Over 12 million people are found jobless right now.

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Unemployment in Brazil has taken on a new dimension. Over 12 million people are found unemployed right now. Does this sound natural?
A: I'm going to say natural, because I'm not sure about something. I would remove "found" from both sentences.

What I'm not sure about is, are the sentences correct with found? I'm not sure.

Either way, I know that if you remove found, both are correct and natural, just two ways of saying the same thing.
Q: Unemployment in rural areas can be addressed partially by the rural-to-urban shift.
in this sentence, why should ppl use address instead of "handle" , "fix"or other words
A: It's subtle, but the shift doesn't fix or handle the problem, more of indirect and less active of a verb is better here. Also difference between something that's said verses in an academic report.

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