If the U.S. Unemployment Rate Included Everyone Who Says They Want a Job, It Would Be Nearly Double

Quartz: “According to the November 2016 data, over 5.5 million Americans said they want a job, but don’t have one, and are not considered a part of the labor force. If these people were included in the unemployment rate, it would jump to 8.2%.”

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How a U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem Could Actually Jump-Start the Peace Process

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