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Unemployment that is caused by contast changes in the labor market is called frictional unemployment.
Unemployment that is due to structural changes in the economy is called structural unemployment.
Why is that for similar kind of sentence structures two different phrases have been employed? Are they both meaning one and the same?
Also, in understanding and in terms of usage, what are the differences between 'due to' and 'because of'?
thanks in advance
P.S.: Did i construct the above interrogative statement which is in bold correctly? I am somewhat uncomfortable with that sentence. Please help.