TexasVRWC Wrote:
Mar 09, 2013 10:47 AM
Actually, CBS Evening News did mention the 14% number, but it was only in the tag to the story hyping the 7.7%. With any discussion about unemployment, we need t think about numbers such as those who've stopped looking for work, under-employment, and those one long-term unemployment benefits and don't want to look for work. How much higher would that 7.7% go if long-term unemployment benefits stopped?