Twenty Million Jobless by the End of 2009
Against The Current vol. 138

Rasmus, Jack
Date Written:  2009-01-01
Publisher:  Against The Current
Year Published:  2009
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX13470

Throughout the past year, U.S. government statistics have consistently underestimated and underreported the extent of joblessness. The techniques by which this has been done were described in prior articles on the subject by this author. With November 2008’s Department of Labor report of 530,000 additional workers losing their jobs, it would appear that the government was finally reporting the true extent of rising unemployment in the United States.

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