Long-Term Unemployed Survey
As the country struggles to recover from the impact of the Great Recession, one much discussed and analyzed economic measure has been the number of Americans who are unemployed. NPR News and the Kaiser Family Foundation partnered on the Long-Term Unemployed Survey to better describe the experiences and views of two groups of individuals: the long-term unemployed (those who have been out of work for a year or more and would prefer to be working) and the long-term underemployed (those who are working part-time and have been without full-time work for over one year, but are interested in full-time employment).
NPR reported the findings in the series, “Still No Job: Over A Year Without Enough Work,” which aired across all NPR newsmagazines and at NPR.org. The survey is part of a series of polling projects about health-related issues by NPR and the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.
also of interest
- Economic and Fiscal Trends in Expansion and Non-Expansion States: What We Know Leading Up to 2014
- What Post-Katrina New Orleans Shows About Urban and Race Issues
- New Orleans Ten Years After The Storm: The Kaiser Family Foundation Katrina Survey Project
- Kaiser Family Foundation/New York Times/CBS News Non-Employed Poll