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The Part-Time Jobs Crisis

Americans stuck in part-time work take little comfort in news that the nation has added jobs for 30 consecutive months.

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U.S. Unemployment Slips Below 9%

The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 8.9 percent in February, the third straight monthly decline and putting it below 9 percent for the first time since April 2009.

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The Job Market Takes a Snow Day

Bad weather put a damper on hiring in January as the U.S. economy added just 36,000 jobs. Still, the unemployment rate dropped to 9 percent from December’s 9.4 percent, but that may be because many job-seekers simply gave up looking.

Posted on Feb 4, 2011 READ MORE


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Jobless Rate Drops as People Give Up Looking

Bad news on the U.S. job front: While the country’s unemployment rate took its biggest drop since April 1998, the decrease was due not so much to a recovering economy, but to the fact that 260,000 people have given up looking for work.

Posted on Jan 7, 2011 READ MORE



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Wee Bit of Good News on the Job Front

Two things are a given at the beginning of every month: The rent comes due and U.S. employment figures are released. Regarding the latter, the economy added 151,000 jobs in October, reversing a trend of four months of job losses but not enough to cut into the stubborn 9.6 percent national unemployment rate.

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‘Fault Lines’: Unemployment in the U.S.

Check out this new “Fault Lines” video in which Avi Lewis examines the lives of Americans who are jobless or underemployed—a number approaching 30 million.

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The Real Unemployment Number: 17.5%

More than one in every six U.S. workers are either unemployed or underemployed, a statistic arguably more significant than the 10.2 percent jobless rate posted in October, as it factors in those who have quit looking, as well as part-time workers desiring full-time gigs.

Posted on Nov 7, 2009 READ MORE


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