Obama Depression Worsens: Unemployment in September Hits 10.1% and Under Employment Hits 18.8% According To Gallup–19 Months Unemployment Over 9% with Over 15 Million Unemployed and 27 Million Underemployed!

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 Eibel Doesn’t See Unemployment Falling Until Late 2010: Video


Economist: Expect 105K Private-Sector Jobs Added Last Month


Gallup Finds U.S. Unemployment at 10.1% in September




Job losses in 2009 likely bigger than thought 

“…(Reuters) – The economy likely shed more jobs last year than previously thought, but analysts say the undercount by the government should prove less severe than it did during depths of the recession.

The Labor Department on Friday will give an initial estimate of how far off its count of employment may have been in the 12 months through March. The government admitted earlier this year that its count through March 2009 had overstated employment by 902,000 jobs.

Analysts expect a much smaller miscount this time, given the economy’s growth spurt in the second half of last year.

The department blamed its 902,000 miss on faulty estimates of how many companies were created or destroyed, and it has not yet made any changes to the so-called birth-death model that produces this projection. …”


Background Articles and Videos

Crash Course: Chapter 16 – Fuzzy Numbers by Chris Martenson

Editor in Chief Insights: Gallup’s First Likely Voter Estimates

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