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By Moira Herbst
The overall U.S. unemployment rate gets most of the attention in monthly government reports, but this recession is hitting some groups much harder than others. The federal Bureau of Labor Statistics reports rates of joblessness by sex, age, race, and other factors. In the following slides we present some of that data, starting with men (from youngest to oldest), then women (youngest to oldest), then by education level, and finally by race and ethnicity. Compare these rates with the overall U.S. unemployment rate for January, 7.6%.
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