The number of Americans not participating in the workforce in March dipped again compared to the previous month but was still higher than it was a year ago, according to Labor Department data released Friday.The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that 93,482,000 Americans were neither employed nor had made an effort to find employment in March. March’s non-participation level continues a multi-month trend of decline after the number of people out of the workforce hit a record high of 94,610,000 in October — declining another 206,000 compared to February. Once again these are just the actual people reporting they are out of work. You could more then likely add thirty to fifty million more people to that number if they would report. The actual number of the unemployed is probably between 30-40 percent of able age Americans that are actually unemployed. This number is false and has been false for a number of years now, due to people who are unemployed just giving up at the unemployment office. That decline can probably be due to people getting Temporary jobs that aren't actual jobs, but the Obama department of labor considers them actual jobs. With temporary jobs if you think of them like I do? Real unemployment is probably 150-200 million Americans that are unemployed.