A dive into the murky waters of unemployment to see the designed failings of a system that purposefully miscounts, disaggregates and excludes millions of people.
There’s only one problem with the headline unemployment rate of 6.7 percent: hardly anyone believes it.
What is the real rate? The number most commonly reported is 6.7 percent, down considerably from 2010, but everyone seems to have their own opinion. “The 6.7 percent is probably 21 or 22 percent in real numbers,”Donald Trump