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Unemployment Statistics on Older Americans

Updated September 7, 2012

Publication Date: September 07, 2012
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Abstract

The recession has increased joblessness among older Americans. These graphs and tables report unemployment rates and how they have varied by age, sex, race, and education since 2007.


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