In which year was the peak of the great depression?
It was in the 1930 during which there was a severe world wide economic depression.
That figure is hard to measure as record keeping was not as effective and detailed as it is today. Four million workers lost their jobs during the first year of the Great Depression. By 1931, 100,000 workers a week lost their job. In 1932, about 25 percent of the workforce was unemployed. At the peak of the Depression, it is estimated that 35-40 percent of the workforce was unemployed. Many workers didn't even bother to…
The Great Depression had an effect on many people. Over 12 million were unemployed. The stock market crash was the main reason for the Great Depression. Agriculture and farming were another important factor. The Great Depression last for at least a decade.The Great Depression affected people everywhere.