Unemployment in the United States

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Unemployment 1 Unemployment in the United States In APA Style Greg Stoker Howard Community College
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Unemployment 2 Abstract The adult population of the United States of America is divided into three categories with regards to job status. First consider those not in the labor force. These are Americans who do not hold a job, but are also not seeking to get one.
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Unemployment 3 Unemployment in the United States The adult population of the United States of America is divided into three categories with regards to job status. These categories, the employed, unemployed, and those not in the labor force, break down into subcategories based on numerous demographics. From observing these groups, we can compile information about eh unemployment rate in the United States. The unemployment rate is defined as the percentage of the labor force that is unemployed. In order to understand this, one must know how the adult population of the United States is divided with regard to employment status. The adult population can first be broken down into two groups. First is the group of Americans not in the labor force. This group is
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