Politicians often quote unemployment data, especially around elections, in order to gain votes. But what do these figures mean?
Does the term “unemployed” refer to everyone who doesn’t have a job, including students and stay-at-home mothers, or only to those who are jobless but are actively seeking work?
Professor David Howden of St. Louis University (Madrid campus) defines “unemployed” and explains how to interpret this data.
Also on today’s show, Doug discusses mutual funds and when they should or should not be used in cross-border investing.
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