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Jobless Rate Falls to 8.3%, Altering Face of Campaign

• New York Times
The Labor Department reported on Friday that the unemployment rate had fallen all the way back to the level of President Obama’s first full month in office, to 8.3 percent, from a high of 10 percent in late 2009. Yet unemployment also remains higher than it has been for any presidential election since the Great Depression.

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Comment by Anonymous
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From my understanding, this information is dwarfed by the fact that jobless is defined as:  MINUS THOSE ON SOCIAL SECURITY WELFARE, looking for jobs...  meaning the number is more than doubled, in reality.  Look around you people!

Comment by David Jackson
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 Have that many fast food garbage dumps opened in the last quarter. Or, is it the gas and oil (Stop & Rob outlets) con artists wh are taking up the slack?

 What the hell does .3 of a person look like, anyway?

Comment by Powell Gammill
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Unemployment report: January job gains have economists rethinking outlooks

 http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/us-adds-243k-jobs-in-january-unemployment-rate-drops-to-83percent/2012/02/03/gIQAhV3mmQ_story.html?hpid=z1


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