what was the rate of unemployment during the Great Depression?   

3. Jason Holder
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The principal statistic for representing the weakening of the economy into depression is the unemployment rate. In the year 1929, there was a 3.2 % unemployment rate. Whereas, in the year 1933, that number rose to 25%.

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