Skip to comments.UN: More than 200 million jobless last year
Posted on 01/20/2014 4:24:48 PM PST by Olog-hai
The United Nations labor agency says the number of unemployed people around the world rose above 200 million last year as job opportunities failed to grow at the same pace as the global workforce.
The International Labor Organization said Monday that an estimated 201.8 million people were unemployed in 2013. Thats 4.9 million more than the previous year.
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I guess they didnt think it relevant that 90 million of those jobless are here in the USA?
They’re too busy declaring Jewish holy sites in Israel to be “mosques”.
World unemployment is 200 million (6.0%).
That means about 3.1 billion people have paying jobs.
World population is 7.1 billion.
That means 56% of the people in the world do not have a job.
Half are in the U.S. under Obama!
Why don’t they mandate higher wages on employers?
Ha ha. That’s right!
If higher wages are the answer then why aren’t they doing it in Africa and just blowing by us economically?
I mean you can probably make a couple trillion and hour in Zimbabwe.
More suited for a USSR like state where control is easy.
State sets prices and wages and you go to the story and the shelves are empty.
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