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Unemployment Statistics on Older Americans
Urban Institute

November, 2009

Abstract

The recession has increased joblessness among older Americans. These graphs and tables report unemployment rates and how they have varied by age, sex, race, and education since 2007.


Charts

  1. Unemployment Rates for Men and Women Age 55-64, Jan. 2007 to August 2009
  2. Unemployment Rates for Men and Women Age 65+, Jan. 2007 to August 2009
  3. Male Unemployment Rates at Age 55+, by Education, Nov. 2007 to July 2009
  4. Female Unemployment Rates at Age 55+, by Education, Nov. 2007 to July 2009
  5. Male Unemployment Rates at Age 55+, by Race and Ethnicity, Nov. 2007 to July 2009
  6. Female Unemployment Rates at Age 55+, by Race and Ethnicity, Nov. 2007 to July 2009

Tables

  1. Monthly Unemployment Rates, by Sex and Age, January 2007 to August 2009
  2. Monthly Unemployment Rates, by Sex and Age, January 2007 to August 2009
  3. Monthly Unemployment Rates, by Sex and Education, Age 55+, November 2007 to July 2009
  4. Monthly Unemployment Rates, by Sex and Race and Ethnicity, Age 55+, November 2007 to July 2009

(The graphs and tables are available in pdf format.)


Topics/Tags: | Employment | Retirement and Older Americans


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