Students of Unemployment studies need not worry about paying for over-priced textbooks anymore – renting textbooks is an option! Unemployment textbooks – for example Ale, Beer, and Brewsters in England: Women's Work in a Changing World, 1300-1600 by [Judith M. Bennett], and Gender in Practice: A Study of Lawyers' Lives by [John Hagan, Fiona Kay] – are often some of the most frequently updated books by Publishing companies. The field of Unemployment is constantly changing, and new editions can come yearly and at a huge cost to students who continually buy new books. So why buy when you can rent cheap textbooks? There are plenty of Unemployment books to rent – BookRenter has of them all!

Used book sales can be a cheap option as well, but often can be more expensive than textbook rentals. However, there are very few return policies with used books, and especially when taking Unemployment classes, buying a used book can be dangerous and costly.