What is the real unemployment rate?

A number of economists look

past the "main" unemployment

rate to a different figure the

Bureau of Labor Statistics calls

"U-6," which it defines as "total

unemployed, plus all marginally

attached workers plus total

employed part time for

economic reasons, as a percent

of all civilian labor force plus all

marginally attached workers."

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