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What were the problems that all workers including the unemployed faced during the Depression?

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The lack of jobs meant financial hardship, and the generalpsychological effects were hopelessness and loss of personaldignity.
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How many people were unemployed during the Depression?

Unemployment figures were not as accurate in the 1930s as they are today. Plus a lot of men pretended to have jobs so as not to embarrass their family and thus were not counte

What was the percent of unemployed during the Great Depression?

The average percent of unemployed people during the time period between 1929 and 1941 was about 25-35% in the United States. Toledo, Canada, which was affected by the depressi