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Unemployment in the U.S. Now Rivals Great Depression Levels

Unemployment in the U.S. Now Rivals Great Depression Levels

  • 05.14.20
  • Economy & Policy
  • Audio

The recent jobs report cited 14.7% unemployment, but the true figure is closer to 20% when you count furloughed workers. Chief Economist Scott Brown shares his outlook for an eventual recovery.

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Recorded May 11, 2020. Hosted by Public Content Manager Paige Lenssen, CFA.

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