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It is a well known fact that the job markets within the US begin to drop when recession begins to rise. Hopefully we won't see the same unemployment rates that we saw back in the early 80's.

It is a well known fact that the job markets within the US begin to drop when recession begins to rise. Hopefully we won't see the same unemployment rates that we saw back in the early 80's.

It is a well known fact that the job markets within the US begin to drop when recession begins to rise. Hopefully we won't see the same unemployment rates that we saw back in the early 80's.

It would be helpful if these unemp. graphs would show the unemployment rates using the old U-6 and current U-3 models for comparison. This graph could be a mixture of both U-6 and U-3 computations. If so, then it's an apples to oranges comparison. Please see comments by Barry Ritholtz http://bigpicture.typepad.com/comments/2008/06/unemployment-re.html
If I am correct, I have seen two U-6 computations, and both are a bit higher than U-3.

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