With new job losses, it’s at 8.1%. If you include people who have stopped looking, we’re talking 9.3%. If we’re talking about people who work part time but want full time work, we’re talking 14.8%. What else am I missing? We could count the prison population, bumping it up to 16%… Other things? This graph is handy for understanding how the government calculates it’s stats:
I found it here. And it refers to stats before the February losses were released.