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The Real Deal with Unemployment Rates

Yeah, yeah, I know. On Friday, July 9, 2010, news about anything not related to Lebron James in South Florida probably isn't that exciting.

Nevertheless, I know a few of you care about dollars and cents outside an arena, so here is my weekly column. This week's topic: Funny government math to make the job loss outlook seem better than it really is.

PS. Follow me, please, at twitter.com/jamesburnett.

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