The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released data on the labor market in July of this year.
It shows that unemployment for recent graduates dropped to 5.6 percent, a historic low.
The BLS also showed that the unemployment rate for all people aged 15-64 fell to 5 percent.
That’s the lowest rate since the BLS began keeping track in 1976.
While this was a good result for the graduates, the number of people out of work rose to 8.6 million from 7.5 million in July.
It is still far below the rate of job creation that President Donald Trump has pledged.
That will not be easy.
The US. has more than 50 million people out-of-work, according to the U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.
Many of them will be unemployed for the rest of their lives.
And there are a lot of them.
About one-third of those who are out of a job are in the U, which means they will be unable to find a job in the next year or two.
In addition, there are 2.2 million people who have left the labor force and have not yet found work, which makes up about 14 percent of the total labor force.
This year alone, 2.1 million Americans left the workforce because of job loss, according a study by the Congressional Research Service.
The number of Americans who are in poverty has risen from 13.2 percent in 2016 to 16.5 percent this year, according the Pew Research Center.
That means a significant number of workers are struggling to get by.
According to the Pew report, the percentage of Americans living in poverty is the highest in the OECD and nearly double that of Japan.
While the U the Uptown, the unemployment numbers show a big difference in the quality of life in different areas of the country.
The poverty rate in Chicago rose from 12.6 to 19.1 percent, and the poverty rate at the University of Chicago from 13 percent to 20.9 percent.
In Detroit, it rose from 7 percent to 17.8 percent.
For all of these numbers, there is a lot going on.
The federal government pays wages to workers.
This includes food stamps and unemployment insurance, but also pensions, healthcare and Medicaid.
There is also an employer mandate for workers to work.
There are no federal income tax rates, which helps make it very easy for people to get ahead.
There also are no estate taxes, which make the rich pay a lower rate than everybody else.
The bottom line is that the United Sates economy has gotten much better over the past decade.
It also got much worse.
That is why many Americans who left the job market in the first half of 2017 are still in it.
The Trump administration has already begun to implement a number of measures to help people get back into the labor marketplace.
The Department of Labor announced on Thursday that it is extending the temporary unemployment benefits it provides to jobless Americans who have been out of the labor labor force for more than six months.
The Labor Department is also extending another six-month extension for those who have lost their job for good.
The administration also plans to extend an extension of benefits to people who are seeking permanent employment.
In the short term, however, those who lose their jobs are going to be stuck on the unemployment rolls for a while.
The Federal Reserve announced it would be cutting its key interest rate for the first time in 20 years to near zero.
The bank is also raising its key rate for most other goods and services from 1 to 2 percent.
The United States has one of the highest unemployment rates in the developed world.
As of May 1, the BPS said, 2 million Americans were out of their jobs.
The unemployment rate in the Midwest and the Northeast is nearly double the national average.
While many are in pain, the economic recovery continues to be strong.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis reported on Friday that employment rose by a healthy 0.5 percentage point in August, the biggest gain in more than four months.
That was the biggest increase since March and marks the fastest growth since April.
The economy grew by an annual rate of 2.5 to 2.6 percentage points in 2016, according in BLS data.
The latest jobs report showed that unemployment in July rose to 5,927,000 from 5,632,000 in June.
In July 2016, 4.3 million people were jobless, a decline of about 17,000 people from June.
The drop in July was due to a drop in the unemployment rates of 3.3 and 3.4 percent, respectively.
This month, the Bureau of Labour Statistics reported that the number unemployed fell to 6,542,000, from 6,637,000 a year ago.
The jobless rate dropped again this month to 5%.
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