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Nearly At ‘Full Employment’? 10 Reasons Why The Unemployment Numbers Are A Massive Lie 1

By Michael Snyder Economic Collapse Blog March 9, 2015   Nearly At ‘Full Employment’? 10 Reasons Why The Unemployment Numbers Are A Massive Lie   On Friday, we learned that the official “unemployment rate” has fallen to 5.5 percent. Since an unemployment rate of 5 percent is considered to be “full employment” by many economists, […]

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How Economic Aggregation Hides the Problems of Interventionism   Recently updated !

By Gary Galles Mises.org February 8, 2015   How Economic Aggregation Hides the Problems of Interventionism   I was going through the textbook for my economics principles course recently, thinking about how I could better reconcile the fact that since only individuals choose, the logic of economics is about individual choices facing the fact of […]

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John Williams (shadowstats.com) on the December payroll jobs report and unemployment rate

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org   John Williams (shadowstats.com) on the December payroll jobs report and unemployment rate   As increasingly has become the common circumstance, the upside revisions in headline monthly numbers simply are constructs of highly unstable, inconsistent and questionable seasonal adjustments being shifted between months.  The unadjusted data do […]

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