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 What is the highest unemployment rate in history?

Answer The highest unemployment rate in American history occurred in 1933 during the Great Depression, when 25 percent of all workers and 37 percent of non-farm workers were unemployed. While unemployment... Read More »
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What was the highest U.S. unemployment rate?

The record high unemployment rate in the United States was around 25 percent in August 1932 in the midst of the Great Depression. It did not fall below 10 percent again until February 1941.Referenc... Read More »
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What county in S.C. has the highest unemployment rate?

As of October 2009 the county in South Carolina with the highest unemployment rate was Allendale County. Allendale County had an unemployment rate of 22.9 percent. As a comparison, the unemployment... Read More »
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Which U.S. city has the forth highest unemployment rate?

As of April 2010, of the 372 metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) tracked by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Yuma, Arizona, ranks fourth highest in unemployment with a rate of 19.9 percent. A... Read More »
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Which ethnic group has the highest unemployment rate?

African-Americans had the highest unemployment rate in 2009 at 14.9 percent. That figure only includes African-Americans who were eligible for the workforce, which according to the Bureau of Labor ... Read More »
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