'Marketplace' Report: Unemployment The jobless rate bumped up to 5 percent, the highest since November 2005, according a report from the U.S. Labor Department released Friday. Marketplace's Sam Eaton discusses how the latest job figures might affect the economy.
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'Marketplace' Report: Unemployment

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'Marketplace' Report: Unemployment

'Marketplace' Report: Unemployment

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The jobless rate has reached a two-year high according to today's report from the U.S. Labor Department. Madeleine Brand talks to Marketplace's Sam Eaton about how the latest job figures might effect the economy.

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