Unemployment During The Great Recession

Jobless claims are nothing new for employers large and small. Especially in the turbulent Great Recession years, and, particularly between 2008 and 2010, the unemployment rate skyrocketed in many parts of the country and created a demand for unemployment insurance support. The stalled economy created a surplus of unemployed and underemployed individuals as well as many reluctant and overtly cautious employers who hesitated to make job offers due to the instability and uncertainty of the economy at that time.


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