posted on Apr, 17 2009 @ 11:15 AM
Here's a few...
Job losses in recent recessions (2009, 2001, 1990):
As you can see, job loss has not slowed and it's going to get a lot worse.
Household Assets (1987-2009):
We're likely going back to pre-Y2K levels.
Household Real Estate Value and Household Mortgage Debt as Percentage of GDP:
As you can see, asset values are falling, but debt is not. Some economists think that this sort of debt deflation is the cause of depressions.
Total Household Net Worth as Percent of GDP:
Things were pretty stable, until those darn bubbles.