The Marketplace Report: Inflated Fed Jobs Numbers?

A report from the Center for Economic and Policy Research says the U.S. government's method for counting employed Americans could be inflating the numbers, and the true jobless rate could be as high as 6.3 percent. Madeleine Brand talks to Tess Vigeland of Marketplace about the controversial findings.



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