Unemployment Claims soaring again! Oh MY Gosh.

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    UNADJUSTED DATA

    The advance number of actual initial claims under state programs, unadjusted, totaled 514,742 in the week ending April 10, an increase of 99,730 from the previous week.

    When the retail sales went up half a percentage point, I was starting to think that we were making progress towards climbing out of this Depression. Well, that was shattered with the unadjusted number above. THAT is ugly.
     
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    WEEKLY UI CLAIMS FOR THE PAST HALF YEAR.

    UNADJUSTED DATA (WHICH IS THE REAL NUMBER COMING IN FROM THE STATES, NOT THE FALSE NUMBER RELEASED TO THE SHEEPLE TO MAKE THEM THINK WE ARE IN RECOVERY. WE ARE NOT IN RECOVERY!)

    514,742 in the week ending April 10
    414,657 in the week ending April 3
    404,869 in the week ending March 27
    405,557 in the week ending March 20
    432,166 in the week ending March 13
    460,287 in the week ending March 6………
    471,720 in the week ending Feb. 27………
    452,468 in the week ending Feb. 20………
    476,730 in the week ending Feb. 13………
    504,661 in the week ending Feb 6………
    530,405 in the week ending Jan. 30………
    500,392 in the week ending Jan. 23………
    650,728 in the week ending Jan. 16………
    801,086 in the week ending Jan. 9………
    645,571 in the week ending Jan. 2………
    557,155 in the week ending Dec. 26………
    561,902 in the week ending Dec. 19………
    555,344 in the week ending Dec. 12………
    664,865 in the week ending Dec. 5………
    460,989 in the week ending Nov. 28………
    543,926 in the week ending Nov. 21………
    479,295 in the week ending Nov. 14………
    529,446 in the week ending Nov. 7………
    480,178 in the week ending Oct. 31………
    492,456 in the week ending Oct. 24………
    460,449 in the week ending Oct. 17………
    503,973 in the week ending Oct. 10………
    449,375 in the week ending Oct. 3………
    443,694 in the week ending Sept. 26………
    434,358 in the week ending Sept. 19………
    407,869 in the week ending Sept. 12………
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    Oh Boy! What a horrible mess our economy is in. Fat cat bankers have been ruining Washington and raping the country and nobody is doing anything about putting a stop to it. It is time to wake up America and put all of the crooks in prison where they belong.



    U.S. Department of Labor: Employment & Training Administration (ETA) News Releases

    The unfortunate people claiming their Unemployment Insurance are just a fraction of those who were laid off in the past month. Many miserable poor people do not have UI to claim because their employers do not pay into the Unemployment Insurance Fund.
     
    Last edited: Apr 15, 2010

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