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2)For the second question on wrongful termination, which seems to be an inference question, Couldn't understand where to look for the answer.
Well, the passage is one paragraph, so we don't have that much material to scan. First, we might look for a key word or phrase, such as "wrongful termination laws." Another tip-off is the phrase, about 60% of the way through the passage, "in a study..." When you see that, it's reasonable to conclude that the relevant info will be contained towards the end of the passage. Then you're going from answer to answer and looking for textual support for each one. (Hint: re-read the last line of the passage as you evaluate each option.)

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For Q1, Implications=consequences
This helps a lot

DavidG@VeritasPrep wrote:
but dispensing with employment-at-will seems to decrease employment levels by increasing employment costs.
1)Doesn't the modified version of employment-at-will, the one with wrongful termination laws, seem to decrease employment levels by increasing cost ? Are you implying the same thing here ?

2)For the second question on wrongful termination, which seems to be an inference question, Couldn't understand where to look for the answer.

3) Does "that the impact on employment appears to be smallest" imply hardly any difference between the periods of periods of employment-at-will and those of modified doctrine ?

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1)Doesn't the modified version of employment-at-will, the one with wrongful termination laws, seem to decrease employment levels by increasing cost ? Are you implying the same thing here ?
Yep. I could have been more precise with my language, but that's exactly correct. When employment-at-will is modified by including wrongful termination laws, one consequence is a potential decrease in employment levels.

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