Three issues — unemployment, the economy in general, and dissatisfaction with government — dominate when Americans name the most important problem facing the nation. Nineteen percent mention unemployment or jobs, 18% say dissatisfaction with government, and 17% the economy in general. Unemployment edged out the other two issues in February, but dropped slightly in March.
Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Americans Cite Jobs, Economy, Gov’t as Top U.S. Problems.
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