85 People Have More Wealth Than 3 Billion, 202 Million Workers Jobless Worldwide

By Doug Cunningham

According to an Oxfam report the world’s 85 richest people own more wealth than the bottom three billion people in the world. The United States leads the world in income inequality. The International Labor Organization, meanwhile reports that nearly 202 million people were unemployed around the world in 2013. The number of jobs being created just isn’t keeping pace with the growing worldwide workforce.

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