Coronavirus unemployment at nearly 15% is still shy of the record high reached during the Great Depression

The U.S. unemployment rate jumped from 4.4% in March to a roughly 90-year high of 14.7% in April.
But could the rate, as some predict, surpass the record 25% joblessness the U.S. experienced at the peak of the Great Depression?…

"Coronavirus unemployment at nearly 15% is still shy of the record high reached during the Great Depression"