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We aim to examine how previous unemployment affects future unemployment and career complexity over the life course. Theory suggests that unemployment triggers negative chains of 'low-pay-no-pay' circles. Using longitudinal data on men aged 18 -64 from the German Socio-Economic Panel, we employ sequence-based methods to quantify career complexity and dynamic panel models to test our hypotheses about the process of cumulative disadvantage on employment careers for the previously unemployeddoi:10.3790/schm.131.2.339 fatcat:sgwvcw5kxvfktddwn3t2boxl4m