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  • US economy loses 20.5 million jobs in April, raising unemployment rate to 14.7%
    US economy loses 20.5 million jobs in April, raising unemployment rate to 14.7%
  • Job Growth Stalls Despite New Low Unemployment Rate | NBC News Now
    Job Growth Stalls Despite New Low Unemployment Rate | NBC News Now
  • American unemployment rate reaching historic high | EWTN News Nightly
    American unemployment rate reaching historic high | EWTN News Nightly
  • U.S. unemployment rate jumps to 14.7%, worst since Great Depression
    U.S. unemployment rate jumps to 14.7%, worst since Great Depression
  • Coronavirus: Unemployment rates to skyrocket | Nine News Australia
    Coronavirus: Unemployment rates to skyrocket | Nine News Australia
  • Unemployment rate drops to lowest level in decades
    Unemployment rate drops to lowest level in decades
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Job creation slowed last month, though the unemployment rate fell to its lowest level in decades. Andrew Soergel Oct. 4, 2019. Powell Signals a Likely Rate Cut in July. GDP growth is slowing and ...
Initial jobless claims rise 2,000 to 205,000. Thu, Feb 13th 2020. FED'S DALY SAYS HISTORICALLY LOW UNEMPLOYMENT RATE DOES NOT MEAN LABOR MARKET IS HISTORICALLY TIGHT. Mon, Feb 10th 2020. January ...
In January 2020, the unemployment rate was 3.6%. 1  That's slightly higher than December's 3.5% rate, the lowest since December 1969. The January rate is at the 3.5% to 4.5% natural rate of unemployment. If unemployment is less than the natural rate, businesses can't find enough workers to keep operating at full capacity.
The official unemployment rate hit 14.7% in April, its highest since the Great Depression, when it exceeded 25%. The actual figure today may be closer to, or even above, 20%.
Unemployment jumped to 16.7% for blacks and 18.9% for Hispanics. And the jobless rate climbed to 12.9% for high school graduates and 14.4% for those without a high school diploma, compared to 5.9% ...
The amount of people getting benefits compared with the total size of the labor force, a measure the government calls the "insured unemployment rate," is at 11%, the Labor Department said.
New York's unemployment rate hits 14.5% in April Private sector jobs plunged across the state in April to their lowest level since during the Great Recession. Check out this story on pressconnects ...
Texas unemployment rate hits worst on record at 12.8% Until now, the state’s worst-ever monthly unemployment rate was 9.2% in November 1986, as Texas reeled from the last big oil bust.
News about Unemployment, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.