People still don’t have Jobs in the U.S.A.

10.5 million: The number of people currently unemployed in the US
3.8 million: The number of people in the US who have been unemployed 27 weeks or longer
11.8 weeks: The average duration of unemployment in 1950
37.1 weeks: The average duration of unemployment in 2014
1,000%: The rate at which the ratio of CEO-to-worker pay has increased since 1950
204: The number of times that a Fortune 500 CEO’s salary eclipses an average worker’s
874: The number of times more, per hour, a CEO makes compared to a sales associate at a sample of US retail and fast-food chains

http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-26669971

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