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 What was the unemployment rate at the height of the 1929 depression?

Answer The unemployment rate peaked at 3.2 percent at the height of the depression in 1929. The unemployment rate continued to climb, even though the height of the depression had passed, until it peaked a... Read More »
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How high did unemployment go during the 1930's depression?

In 1933, the unemployment rate reached its highest point during the Great Depression, measuring nearly 25 percent of the labor force. More than 12 million workers were unemployed in the U.S. in tha... Read More »
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What is the unemployment rate?

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What is the unemployment rate in the USA?

The unemployment rate in the USA for March 2010 was 9.7 percent. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, this amounts to 15 million people. Groups with the highest unemployment rates wer... Read More »
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What is the unemployment rate formula?

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