In a report titled The Consolidated Appeal Process (CAP) 2009, the United Nations said diminishing opportunities on the country’s job market were causing serious suffering among the increasingly restive Zimbabwean population.“At the close of 2008, only six percent of the population was formally employed, down from 30 percent in 2003,” the UN said.The latest UN figures indicate that out of the country's estimated population of 12 million about 480,000 people are in formal employment, down from about 3,6 million in 2003.It therefore means that apart from having record-breaking inflation levels, Zimbabwe has also entered the league of countries with the highest rates of unemployment in the world.Last year, several mines and clothing and textile manufacturers offloaded thousands of workers onto…