When will we stop hearing about ‘the economy?’

The United States’ unemployment rate was 5.7% last month, a figure that was unchanged from February and well below the 6.7 percent peak in late 2010.

But that is only the beginning of the story.

The number of Americans who are out of work has soared.

The unemployment rate for those in their prime working years has doubled in the past decade.

The share of Americans working part time has also soared.

It has doubled to 12.5% since 2000.

In the US, more than 8.4 million people are out, and more than 5 million of those are working part-time.

That is more than double the number who were out in 2016.

The reason is that more Americans are now working part than were working full time in 2016, a statistic that economists say has had a disproportionate impact on the unemployment rate. 

The number of unemployed Americans, the unemployment rates of working-age Americans and the percentage of Americans in their 50s, 60s and 70s have also increased in recent years. 

According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are now more Americans aged 15-64 than in 2007.

But, the number of working age Americans is now lower than it was in 2000. 

In terms of the age breakdown, the share of working adults in their 20s has risen from 25.4% in 2000 to 30.5%, a jump of 1.7 percentage points. 

But the number working in their 30s has dropped from 26.1% in 2008 to 24.5%. 

The share of workers in their 40s is at its lowest level since 1970. 

It is also the lowest level of workers aged 55 and older in the US since 1980. 

Overall, the labour force participation rate is at a low point in nearly 40 years.

And the jobless rate is now a historically high 32.7%. 

But these numbers don’t tell the full story of the American economy.

They only tell part of the picture.

There are many other things that go into determining the state of the economy. 

What about the unemployment numbers?

There is a big difference between the unemployment figures reported by the Bureau’s Survey of Consumer Finances and those published by the US Department of Labor. 

As we’ve written before, the Bureau estimates that the unemployment figure for the US has been rising at a faster rate than the unemployment statistics published by both agencies.

The official unemployment rate is reported as a percentage of the labor force.

The BLS’s unemployment rate, however, is based on people who have been actively looking for work in the previous 30 days, and is not necessarily a measure of people’s actual employment. 

This means that the number in the BLS who are unemployed and not actively looking may be under-counted. 

There are two important things to understand when it comes to these statistics. 

First, the Belsize and BLS unemployment data do not always agree. 

Second, there is a wide range of unemployment rates across the US.

There are three main reasons for this. 

One, the official unemployment figures do not account for people who are either underemployed or who are working fewer hours than they would like to. 

Another is that the Bureau uses a much higher definition of “employment”.

That means that, for example, if someone has been actively searching for a job in their spare time for the past six months, but has not had a job within the last month they are not counted in the unemployment data. 

Finally, the bureau uses a definition of unemployment that does not include people who might be considered to have been working part or full time during the same time period as someone who was officially unemployed. 

So, while the unemployment number is not an accurate indicator of the overall unemployment situation in the United States, it is important to remember that it is a fairly small percentage of those who are in the labour market. 

A more accurate measure of the US unemployment situation is the employment rate.

This statistic is based solely on people employed. 

When the employment data is not in line with the Blesize and Boras employment numbers, that is when the unemployment report is calculated. 

How do you know if the unemployment statistic you are reading is accurate? 

The Bureau of Labour Statistics is a federal agency.

Its statistics are reported in the official monthly jobs reports from the federal government. 

If you are an economist and want to look into the data for yourself, you can find the unemployment and labour force statistics for the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Japan and the United Arab Emirates on the BLES website. 

You can also find the Bureau reports on the Bureau website.