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Thanks Obama: 11,472,000 Americans Have Fled the Workforce Since Obama was Elected
 
Posted on August 2, 2014


page1_blog_entry140_1Editor’s Note: The unemployment rate has remained the same for a while, but that statistic does not count those not looking for work, and of working age, as unemployed. Obama brags about creating jobs, but he fails to mention that millions are choosing not to work.

11.4 million Americans age 16 and over have left the workforce since President Obama took office in January 2009, according to data released today from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

In July 2014, there were 92,001,000 Americans, 16 and over, who were classified as “not in the labor force,” meaning they not only did not have a job, but they didn’t actively seek one in the last four weeks.

This number has increased by 11,472,000 since January 2009, when the number of Americans not in the labor force was 80,529,000.

The number of Americans not in the labor force dropped slightly in July, down 119,000 from the 92,120,000 Americans not in the labor force in June.

This article continues at cnsnews.com

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