BLS: Unemployed Watch 90% More TV, SHOP 40% More

By MRCTV, Special for  USDR

Unemployed people in the U.S. watch about 90 percent more television and shop about 40 percent morethan people who have jobs, according to a recent survey by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
While an employed American spends a little less than 10 hours watching television during the weekdays, an unemployed person stays glued to the tube for more than 18 hours in the same time frame.

The survey also shows that, in 2014, unemployed people get about an hour more sleep and spend 40% more time SHOPPING.

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