Lockouts have many affects in professional sports. For one, seasons are shortened or lost and therefore the fans can't see their favorite athletes in action. Of course that causes a lot of money to be lost because tickets aren't being sold and there aren't any tv ratings without televised games. Also, professional athletes have lost a tad bit of their competitive edge because they aren't competing on a daily basis.
90% of the colonist were farmers and many owned their own business as well as were professional. Many were also sailors and few people "lost" jobs.
11,000 people lost their jobs in November, 2009.
it did not for me
35,000 people lost there jobs in hurricane katrina.
Tens, maybe hundreds, of thousands of lucrative jobs in Tobacco Control would be lost. The profits of Tobacco Control's paymasters, Big Pharma, would plunge.
The estimated number of jobs lost in lower Manhattan is 100,000. It was also estimated that by the end of 2002 1.8 million jobs were lost in the US because of the attacks. 237,000 jobs were lost in the US travel industry in the last 5 months of 2001.
Its over 9,000
There is no exact figure for the number of jobs lost as these jobs are not really eradicated, but are simply moved from one area ( local or global ) to another.
In the 1984 eruption about 13 people lost their jobs in the mauna loa volcano.
12 million people lost their jobs during the great deppression.