Oct 03, 2015

The Shocking Reality: This Chart Shows Just How Bad Unemployment Is Today Compared to The Great Depression | RedFlag News

by MAC SLAVO | SHTFPLAN.COM While the Obama administration and their mainstream surrogates maintain that the economy is growing at a booming pace, the reality of the situation is starkly different. According to a report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics some 94.6 million Americans (age 16 and over) are either not working or have made no effort to find a job. With a population of...

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