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unemployment but R<C+I

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  • Hi everybody!

    I have just started a city in a new (empty) region, my pop is around 60,000 and my C+I is 70,000 (and growing), still there is a lot of unemployement. The average commute time is 35 minutes.

    I really don't know what's going on, how can I have more jobs occupied than workers available?

    I have downloaded the Ordinance Modd, and now the demand for C+I is huge too, but while they are developing more and more, the R is still unemployed.

    I guess there is a bug in one of the many lots I have added recently to my game, it didn't use to be like that. Anybody has experienced the same problem?


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    Check your education displays.  If the R are not up to the jobs in the C and I, they can't be employed.  Try building lower level C and I.

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