What was the US unemployment rate in 1930?

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In 1930, after the stockmarket crash and the first bank runs, unemployment rose from 3.2 to 8.7 percent.

Here are the figures for the unemployment rate ih the Great Depression through 1938:

1929 - 3.2 percent
1930 - 8.7 percent
1931 - 15.9 percent
1932 - 23.6 percent
1933 - 24.9 percent (the highest during the Great Depression)
1934 - 21.7 percent
1935 - 20.1 percent
1936 - 16.9 percent
1937 - 14.3 percent
1938 - 19.0 percent
SOURCE: http://www.hyperhistory.com/online_n2/connections_n2/great_depression.html
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