David Serchuk

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Five hundred sixteen thousand Americans filed for  unemploymen t last week, bringing the total to 3.8 million, about the size of the City of Los Angeles.

Unemployment Rises and Will Keep Climbing

Five hundred sixteen thousand Americans filed for unemploymen t last week, bringing the total to 3.8 million, about the size of the City of Los Angeles.

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