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Jobless Report: 4.4 Million Unemployed For Over A Year

Post by gettheminNOVEMBER on Thu Jul 28, 2011 8:41 pm

Among the hardest hit, according to the Journal, are older, higher educated individuals. Contributing to a vicious cycle, the longer a person is out of a job, the harder it is to acquire one. Long periods of joblessness tend to see an individual's particular skill-set depreciate, adding to the problem. Some drop out of the work-force altogether. Some find relief in Social Security and disability options. Some struggle on attempting to find work, like the majority of 99ers, those who not only have experienced long-term unemployment while receiving unemployment benefits (up to 99 weeks in some states, therefore the label "99ers") but also long-term unemployment after becoming ineligible for extended or emergency unemployment benefits.

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Re: Jobless Report: 4.4 Million Unemployed For Over A Year

Post by TR11005 on Thu Jul 28, 2011 9:09 pm

On January1, 2012, unless they extend the existing Unemployment benefits, even without it in the coming months. Those long term unemployed without benefits will multiply greatly.

Those stupid politicians did nothing to fix unemployment with jobs, especially for older and younger workers. May they rot in HELL. It is not the Federal Deficit. They should be made to stay and work. No vacation for you, except jail , hanging (hang in there) and recall. Take away all there benefits, pension and lifetime health insurance. Never mind Weiner being exposed. Guess where your going to be hanging in there.

Touch Grandma SS and Medicare . You will be skinned alive from ear to ear. The Tan Man bill better fail or their barbecued for sure. Tell Rush to put an apple in his mouth. Talk about Pork. capitil hill The new Planet of the Apes is coming out. Perhaps they can save us.

Should we throw a party August 3? Many people will be off, because there not being paid.


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Re: Jobless Report: 4.4 Million Unemployed For Over A Year

Post by stillnutty on Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:08 pm

When will they tell the truth. There are AT LEAST 4,4 Million out of work for 2 1/2 to 3 years!! Evil or Very Mad


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Re: Jobless Report: 4.4 Million Unemployed For Over A Year

Post by Riled American on Fri Jul 29, 2011 1:31 am

Haven't we been sold that jobs have been created? Frustrated Isn't there roads and bridges to be repaired? That was a joking matter at the cost of hurting unemployed citizens. How could I forget? Rolling Eyes
Wasn't unemployment suppose to be improved by now according to the White house? I remember Gibbs, McCain and others as they exited through doors in passing the answer to unemployment is re-training. Well, that hasn't worked yet has it! The blame game and asking back and forth where's the jobs like schoolyard children solved a lot too. Anyone can ask that question, even us unemployed. Too bad we don't get paid as much as our lawmakers do to ask that question. The #'s don't lie. Worst part is, the 99ers aren't included in that figure I'm assuming. The homeless unemployed people aren't considered either I'm sure. It's as though there's no existence, vaporized into thin air. I'm pretty sure that's what is wished happened so they won't have to deal with being ask for help. If we were asking for a hand-out, that would be a different story. Everyday there's someone with a crisis on these forums where pieces of their lives are broken and gone.
Keep up the blame game and stall the deals congress and senate. And Mr. President keep up the blame Bush campaign. It's really working for you and shows extreme leadership.
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