So, before NYC or shoe gets on here talking about the rising jobless claims, I'd like to mention the "underemployment" issue.So Gallup surveys 20k adults. 4000 of them say they are underemployed. When I was in B school, I had a guy in my class who said that he would never work for less than $70k a year (that figure is now $80k, he is unemployed). What exactly is, "underemployed"? You have a job, don't you? Underemployment is actually not having the job that you think you deserve. If that is the case, I would think the number would be a lot higher. As for the "I won't work unless I make XX dollars", I don't get it. Work is work. I offered the guy I went to B school with a job. And then it was all very demanding. Well, what about health benefits. What is my title going to be? I need a minimum of $80k. I need a corporate car (WHAT!?! Do I look like I'm rolling in cash over here!? We are a SMALL business). FCUK YOU! I'm trying to throw you a lifeline. I don't need you. In fact, I'm not sure you won't be worth less than I would pay you. The guy has two kids. Losers.