Unemployment above 10% for the first time since '83.
"More debt, more spending ... clearly has not worked — particularly in a time of double-digit unemployment," said Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky.
One sign of how hard it still is to find a job: The number of Americans who have been out of work for six months or longer rose to 5.6 million, a record. They account for 35.6 percent of the unemployed population, matching a record set last month.
October was the 22nd straight month the U.S. economy has shed jobs, the longest on records dating back 70 years.
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