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"Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe the economy has yet to hit bottom, a sharply higher percentage than the 53% who felt that way in January," according to a recent Wall Street Journal poll.
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At the peak of the recession, two-thirds of all unemployed workers were receiving a weekly unemployment insurance payment. Economists say that between 2008 and 2012, unemployment insurance lifted 11.
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Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe that the economy has yet to hit bottom, meaning a double-dip recession is expected, a nationwide survey from Citigroup showed Thursday.
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Currently, there are an estimated 1.4 million Americans living in nursing care facilities which accounts for 85% of the available occupancy.51 While only 3.3% of Americans over 65 live in nursing facilities, this number rises to 14% among those aged 85 years or older.
But in addition to low pay, erratic schedules are another bane of American workers. lives – and the problem isn’t getting.
Almost two in three americans (65 percent) say a double-dip recession – defined as a recession followed by a short-lived recovery, followed by another recession – is now likely to happen. Among those who expect a double-dip recession, nearly half (44 percent) fear it will be worse than the first one, with 21 percent worried it will be "much more severe."
Almost two in three Americans (65 percent) say a double-dip recession – defined as a recession followed by a short-lived recovery, followed by another recession – is now likely to happen. Among those who expect a double-dip recession, nearly half (44 percent) fear it will be worse than the first one, with 21 percent worried it will be “much more severe.”
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