The Great Recession was not an economic disaster, but it was a real blow to business and to many people’s lives.
But that doesn’t mean it’s over.
The Federal Reserve has been printing money, and there are still many jobs left to fill.
The unemployment rate is still around 4.9%, but many people are starting to feel the effects of the recession.
That’s where the jobless rate can be useful.
In this article, we’ll look at the unemployment rate as well as some key economic indicators to see how the unemployment crisis has affected people.
What is the unemployment figure?
Unemployment is a measure of the unemployment that someone who is not in the labor force would have if they had given all of their work to their children.
In the past, the unemployment number was used to measure the number of jobs available for someone to fill, but the number has dropped over time.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are currently more than 23.6 million people in the workforce who are not actively looking for work.
The number of unemployed people has been on the rise for some time, and the unemployment numbers are now more than double the peak in June 2000.
The national unemployment rate, or the number that a person would be expected to be unemployed if they were to remain in the U.S. job market for an entire year, is currently 5.7%.
That means that if a person were to stay home and do nothing for a full year, the number would be 4.8 million.
So the unemployment situation in the United States is more dire than it was during the Great Recession, but there are some bright spots.
In recent months, the rate of job creation has been rising.
Since January 2017, the U-6 index has been growing at a rate of 1.2% annually.
This has been especially notable in the last three months of 2017, when the index was up 2.2%.
And the unemployment rates for young people are still above their peak, meaning that many young people who are discouraged from looking for a job are starting out the job hunt.
But this is not the end of the world.
In addition to the economic recession, there have also been a number of public health crises in recent years, including a large outbreak of the coronavirus in March and early April.
And there have been some other problems in the medical system, including more than 100,000 deaths from non-Hodgkin lymphoma, and nearly 800,000 hospitalizations, both due to the use of opioids.
There has been a spike in the number and cost of prescriptions for prescription drugs, as well, as companies like CVS have been aggressively marketing new drugs.
And although the U,S.
unemployment rate has dropped in recent months to 4.7%, the number still remains very high.
Why is the number so high?
The Bureau of Economic Analysis uses a different formula for calculating the unemployment statistic.
This formula is different from the standard U.N. definition that is used by many economists.
According this definition, people are counted as unemployed if their unemployment rate equals or exceeds the labor-force participation rate, which is defined as the share of workers in the working population who are employed and actively looking.
In other words, if someone is unemployed, but is in the work force and actively seeking work, then they are counted in the unemployment statistics.
According the Bureau, the labor market is in a period of deep recession, with an unemployment rate of 5.5% in September 2018.
If this number were to continue at its current rate, the national unemployment would hit 10.1 million people.
How has the economy fared since the recession ended?
The economy has rebounded.
The U-4 index has grown at a faster pace than the labor markets index, which measures the unemployment-to-population ratio.
And the U -6 index is also growing at the same rate as the labor indexes.
Overall, the economy is growing at an average of 3.7% annually, according to the Commerce Department.
But some things have changed since the Great Depression.
For example, the cost of food and housing have gone up, as have the cost to purchase consumer goods.
These costs have increased dramatically over the past decade.
Also, the Great Crash of 1929 left many Americans in a debt-fueled state, which contributed to a downturn in the housing market in the mid-2000s.
Since then, the stock market has bounced back and many companies have been able to return to profitability.
The financial crisis, however, did not ease people’s concerns about the economy.
For one thing, the crisis did not help companies recover from the Great Collapse.
Companies were unable to refinance debt at lower rates, and some had to pay interest on their debts at twice the rate that they normally pay.
Another reason the economy has not recovered is that people still have not recovered their full purchasing power.
As we have already seen, many