"There’s no mistaking what Washington’s seasonally adjusted, “official” unemployment numbers for September show; the recession is far from over at the level that most working class Americans feel it – jobs. The state’s “official” unemployment rate increased to an estimated 9.3 percent in September, up from a revised rate of 9 percent in August [...] Among Americans of color, who traditonaly experience higher unemployment rates in good times and bad, the current recession is particularly stressful."
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