Unemployment is a major macroeconomic problem that can disrupt the peace of the Indonesian people and must be handled properly. The purpose of this study is to analyse the development of high school, vocational and total unemployment in Indonesia and the solution in responding to the industrial revolution 4.0. The research methodology used a quantitative descriptive approach to the development of these three variables. From the calculation results, the results show that the development of high school and total unemployment in Indonesia has decreased. On the contrary, vocational unemployment actually increased due to skill limitations and the inability to use the vocational training center to increase creativity outside of students’ fields. Solutions made by the government to reduce the three types of unemployment by completing skills in the high school curriculum, improving the quality of vocational teachers and regenerating productive workforce through early retirement programs.