Friday, April 22, 2016

Astounding statistic in five families in the United States in 2015, or 19.7 percent, in which no one in the family worked.

Wait a sec!!! If this is true, and employment is not 100% otherwise, then the unemployment rate is huge... much more than we're being told.

Update: Impact on country.

1 comment:

C J said...

Remember, the unemployment rate would be quite high if we counted people who have been out of work so long that they have stopped actively looking. Therefor, unlike in the past, we don't count them. Because, by not counting them, the problem doesn't exist.... or so they would like us to think.