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Presidential Campaign – Almost 13% of Young Adults Who Voted for Obama are Now Unemployment

After almost one full term of Obama’s policies, the unemployment rate is still above 8% according to figures released on June 6, 2012.

The number of unemployed women ages 16 and over in the civilian work force increased by 780,000 from January 2009. The economy created only 80,000 jobs in June while 85,000 workers exited the workforce entirely to sign up for Social Security Disability insurance.

According to investors.com, since June 2009 3.1 million workers applied for disability benefits outnumbering the 2.6 million jobs created during the same time period.

In June 14.9% of Americans were unemployed, underemployed or had given up looking and were not counted as employed—up from 14.8% in May and 14.5% in April…

via Young Adults Who Voted for Obama Now at 12.8% Unemployment.

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5 thoughts on “Presidential Campaign – Almost 13% of Young Adults Who Voted for Obama are Now Unemployment

  1. the information you showed us is very reliable.

    Posted by Ainhoa | July 12, 2012, 5:35 pm
  2. i agree with you buddy…

    Posted by Adriza | July 12, 2012, 6:48 pm

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