The latest unemployment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that full-time jobless workers account for 88.5 percent of all unemployed workers.
Unemployment rate dropped from 9.4% to 9.0% last month, according new Labor Department statistics. But only 36,000 new jobs were created. Where did the rest of the unemployed go?
The impact of the widespread snowstorm will vary. Two-thirds of employees can't work from home, an expert estimates.
When the government counts 'marginally attached' and 'underutilized' workers, America's unemployment rate nearly doubles.
The unemployment rate is at its lowest level since May 2009, but this partially reflects some people giving up on job searches.
Profits have soared for seven consecutive quarters, but sky-high unemployment has remained essentially unchanged for the past year.
If the White House allowed all Bush tax cuts to expire rather than extend them for the wealthy, financial pain around the nation would drown out any 'attaboys' Obama's administration might get.
Unemployment, as traditionally reported, climbed upwards to 9.8 percent in November. Total unemployment remained at 17 percent.
Families in high-cost areas bear a heavier tax burden compared to those in lower-cost areas at the same standard of living.