I find that the current administration has decided that-"once your unemployment benefits run out, whether you find a job or not, then you are no longer considered unemployed"-
I don't like the numbers being fudged to make the current administration look better.
I don't believe I was attacking you although I was trying to point out that the view of unemployment was not new and did not occur with this current administration.
I agree that it would probably be somewhat difficult to get exact figures of the unemployed although I feel that they could come up with better figures if they would simply followup with the people who have ran out of unemployment pay to see if they were still looking for work or if they had been hired, given up, etc. That would still leave out many people who had no job yet desired one.