What is the main finding of your study? (3) Do your findings differ from similar studies on this issue? How might your results influence the practice and solution of a socioeconomic or other problem? Are there any limitations in the study? (4)
1) A research problem is a phenomenon/question/process requiring further study or understanding. The problem may be the lack of knowledge in some areas. It is necessary to distinguish between a problem in social life and a problem of research. For example, "high unemployment" is a socioeconomic problem, not a research problem. The problem with this kind of research may be “understanding the impact of structural changes in the economy on the unemployment rate”
2) The purpose of the research should be stated briefly and clearly. The purpose of the research should be related to the research problem. If in the research problem you indicate that “the influence of structural changes in the economy on the unemployment rate, etc., etc. have not been sufficiently studied”, then the purpose of the study can be formulated as follows: “The purpose of this work is to study the impact of structural changes in the economy on the level unemployment"
3) Here you can briefly rephrase the purpose of the study and summarize the main results.
4) Limitations may be the lack of data to generalize the results, possible problems with representativeness, etc.