Editors Notes: Wonder why it is so difficult to find a job?
It is simple math. As of June there were 23.2 million
skilled workers (twenty three MILLION) whom are
either underemployed or unemployed according to
the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The quick summary of the Bureau of Labor Statistics as reported on July 2,2010.
Of about 14.6 million unemployed individuals,about 6.8 million had been
jobless for 27 weeks or more. In comparison,1.3 million
persons were unemployed for 27 weeks or longer when the recession began.
- In June, among the employed, there were 8.6 million individuals working part time who preferred full-time work.
- Payroll employment fell by 125,000 in June
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