From Global Economic Trend Analysis:
Gallup's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate is 8.3% for November, up nearly one percentage-point over October's rate. Gallup's underemployment jumped from 15.9% to 17.2%.
The Gallup survey, which polls approximately 30,000 people monthly, was radically different from the BLS report that came out a day later.
Please consider the Gallup economic report "U.S. Unadjusted Unemployment Shoots Back Up."
U.S. unemployment, as measured by Gallup without seasonal adjustment, was 7.8% for the month of November, up significantly from 7.0% for October. Gallup's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate is 8.3%, nearly a one-point increase over October's rate...
Gallup did not offer reasons for this shift but I suspect two.
|1.||Large numbers of part-time workers were hired as a direct result of Obamacare in September and...|
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