Gallup modeling of its early July unemployment results suggests that the government will record an increase in June's 9.2% seasonally adjusted U.S. unemployment rate when it reports the July rate. While the nation's political leaders do battle over raising the debt ceiling and related federal budget issues, the jobs situation continues to deteriorate -- something the federal government won't officially report until early August.
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