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Unemployment is nearing Great Depression levels. How the eras are similar — and different (www.cnbc.com)

The unemployment rate is at its highest since the Great Depression. The current situation differs from that of the early 20th century in a few ways that may prevent the U.S. from entering another depression.

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Posted by Allie Williams

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