U.S., record unemployment

The U.S. Department of Labor announced that the U.S. unemployment rate reached 10.2%, is the highest value ever achieved by 1983, 26 years ago.
Despite recent quarter U.S. GDP grew by 3.5% in October, 190,000 Americans have lost their jobs, a figure worse than expected to 175,000 unemployed.
The sectors most affected, according to data released by the Department of Labor, are construction, manufacturing industry and retailing.
Since the crisis, in December 2007 to date were 8.2 million jobs lost in the U.S., and currently the number of unemployed in the U.S. has almost reached 16 million.


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