Sunday, May 4, 2014

102 Million Working Age Americans Do Not Have A Job

I am appalled by these numbers.


Did you know that there are nearly 102 million working age Americans that do not have a job right now?  And 20 percent of all families in the United States do not have a single member that is employed. 
But the unemployment rate just dropped to 6.3 percent? Hello?
 According to the government, at this moment there are 9.75 million Americans that are "unemployed" and there are 92.02 million Americans that are "not in the labor force" for a grand total of 101.77 million working age Americans that do not have a job.  Back in April 2000, only 5.48 million Americans were unemployed and only 69.27 million Americans were "not in the labor force" for a grand total of 74.75 million Americans without a job.  That means that the number of working age Americans without a job has risen by 27 million since the year 2000.  Any way that you want to slice that, it is bad news.
The man and his policies have to be stopped.
Come November, vote accordingly.

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