The Labor Department reports 36,000 additional job losses in February while the overall unemployment rate stands at 9.7 percent. Are we still in the economic dumps or is this a sign we are stabilizing and about to grow? What is the unemployment rate when factoring in those who have stopped looking? Why does the current GDP growth suggest the job numbers should be much better? We ask Diana Furchgott-Roth, former chief economist at the Department of Labor.