One of the more interesting aspects of unemployment is how policy-makers choose to address it. But what many don't know is that the remedy needs to match the unemployment. That means you can't effectively address structural unemployment with programs mean to address cyclical unemployment.
This brings us to an interesting article from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. While it introduces a topic you probably don't cover, even in AP Macroeconomics - the Beveridge Curve - it provides a lot of information to help you through the section on unemployment.