US Unadjusted Unemployment Rockets Back Up in November

Gallup released it’s latest U.S. unemployment report, and according to its analysis, the seasonal unadjusted unemployment rate shot back up to 7.8 percent for the month of November. October’s seasonal unadjusted rate was 7.0 percent. The adjusted unemployment rate went up as well, Gallup measures from their reporting. In the month of November, the adjusted unemployment rate shows to be 8.3 percent, while October’s number was 7.4 percent.


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