Seasonal Unemployment?

As demand shifts from one season to the next, seasonal unemployment develops. This category might include any employees whose employment is seasonal in nature. To account for seasonal unemployment, official unemployment figures are frequently modified, or smoothed. A “seasonal adjustment” is what this is called.
Teachers, for example, maybe classified as seasonal due to the fact that most schools in the United States close or reduce operations over the summer. Similarly, construction employees who live in regions where the building is difficult during the winter months may lose their jobs.
To help handle higher sales during the winter holiday season, several retail shops recruit seasonal staff, who are subsequently released after the holidays when demand drops.

Agricultural labourers, farmers, workers of sugar mills, rice sellers, cotton ginning units and rice factories are included in seasonal unemployment. Seasonal unemployment occurs when people are unemployed at particular times of the year when demand for labour is lower than usual.

For example:- In a shi resort unemployment is likely to be higher in the summer when there is no snow. Often unemployment falls around christmas time because extra jobs are available. In tourist areas ,seasonal unemployment could be a big problem because work is only available for a few months a year.