How many jobs were lost during this recession?
According to the Federal Reserve, there were 3.4 million jobs lost during that time period.
That’s up from 2.3 million in March of that year.
What is the unemployment rate?
In February of this year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that there were 6.3 percent of the population without a job.
The unemployment rate for workers ages 16 to 24 was 7.4 percent in the month.
For the 25- to 54-year-old population, the unemployment is 9.2 percent, according to the Bureau.
For workers ages 55 and older, it was 5.4 per cent, according.
The latest jobless claim numbers also show that jobs in the manufacturing sector were down.
The number of people receiving unemployment benefits dropped by 7.9 percent, the Labor Department said.
This is the largest reduction in the labor force in more than a decade, according the Bureau’s Bureau of Economic Analysis.
This also is a sharp drop from the previous peak in January of 2016.
It is the biggest decline in unemployment in the history of the economy.
What about job openings?
According a survey by the Economic Policy Institute, the number of jobs available for job seekers in the U.S. has increased by 5.3, or 4.6 percent, over the past year.
The share of people working in full-time jobs has increased as well.
This means that the number working full-year jobs has been rising for four straight months.
The employment rate is also up over the last four months.
This year, it is 63.5 percent, which is the highest since the year 2000.
However, the U-6 unemployment rate is up to 4.5.
What other factors do you think are affecting job creation?
Economic growth is helping to create jobs.
But it’s also hurting the economy because of a lack of new investments.
The recession has not helped to create new jobs because the unemployment has not fallen, as it did during the last recession.
Also, there’s a lack for government spending to spur investment.
The recent tax cuts have helped to bring spending to a point where it can spur business growth, according an Economic Policy Forum study.
It’s not just the tax cuts, though.
The tax cuts and the infrastructure spending have helped lift the economy back from the brink.
What do you make of the data?
It’s been a rough year for the job market, but it’s been more challenging than the recession in the past.
In March of 2017, the Federal government was in a recession.
We’ve seen a lot of unemployment over the years, but the unemployment numbers were much higher, and the unemployment was much higher in the year prior to the recession.
It seems to me that there has been a lot more stimulus in the form of stimulus spending that has been happening during this recovery.
I’m very skeptical of the unemployment number because it doesn’t tell us much about the jobs market.
But I’m also skeptical of that it doesn