10%: Unemployment rate for the month of November.
17.2%: Rate of underemployment, accounting for the unemployed and those who are unable to find adequate work.
15,375,000: Unemployed Americans looking for work.
6,184,000: Jobs lost since Nancy Pelosi was sworn in as Speaker of the House.
4.6%: Unemployment rate when Nancy Pelosi was sworn in as Speaker of the House.
2,656,000: The number of jobs lost from the economy since the Democrat "stimulus" was passed.
7.6%: Unemployment rate when the Democrat stimulus was signed into law.
7.9%: The level at which unemployment would peak if the stimulus was passed, according to President Obama.
9,246,000: People who are working only part-time because they cannot find full time employment.
2,323,000: People who want work, but who have stopped looking because of the state of the economy.
1,548,000: Number of unemployed in November who had been laid off from their job.
5,887,000: People unemployed and searching for work for more than 27 weeks-the highest level ever.
1,266,000: Job seekers that are new entrants to the workforce and have yet to find a job.
28.5: Average number weeks job seekers are unemployed after losing their jobs-the highest number since the statistic was first recorded in 1948.
26.7%: Unemployment rate among job seekers between the ages of 16 and 19.
15.6%: Unemployment rate among African Americans.
12.7%: Unemployment rate among Hispanics and Latinos.
15%: Unemployment rate among job seekers without a high school degree.