Which states are most in need of help in 2017?

Posted November 15, 2017 04:07:20The number of Americans who are unemployed in 2017 is at its highest level in more than five years, according to a new analysis by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The number has been at or near a record high in 2016, when the jobless rate hit an all-time high of 11.1 percent.

The number is now near a low of 11 percent, which would be the lowest unemployment rate in the modern era, according for more than 50 years.

The unemployment rate is measured by the unemployment rate plus one, or the number of people who are actively looking for a job, according the BLS.

The most recent jobless number, released on Wednesday, shows the number for December was 8.3 million, up slightly from 7.9 million in December 2016.

The national unemployment rate has remained steady at 5.9 percent, and for the first time in at least 10 years, the number has increased, according BLS data.

The average monthly wages for all workers is about $26,000, according government data.

The BLS analysis shows the unemployment rates for each state are at or below the national rate, or at or above 8 percent, based on data from the Bureau for Labor Statistics and the U.S. Census Bureau.

For a state to be considered in need, the unemployment is at or over 8 percent.

The unemployment rate, however, is a more useful indicator of the labor market condition.

It shows whether people are searching for jobs or seeking other employment, and whether the number is increasing or decreasing, which helps to determine whether employers are hiring or hiring fewer people.

The BLS says the unemployment, which measures people who have looked for or found a job but have not found a suitable job, peaked in March.

The jobs report showed that the unemployment in the country was the lowest since December.

The bureau said in December that it would cut its estimates of unemployment for 2018 and 2019 by an average of 6.2 percent and 4.2 percentage points.

The jobs report is based on a formula that uses data from Dec. 15 through Jan. 1.

The national unemployment figure, which is the number that BLS uses to determine the unemployment percentage in the U, has been falling for years.

However, the jobs report shows the job market has improved in recent months.

The jobless figure, however the unemployment number has fallen for the past several months.

The labor market is improving.

It’s been improving, the labor force participation rate has been increasing, people are working more hours and they’re looking for work, and the unemployment figure has been declining.

It is also not yet time for the unemployment to hit a record low, because that would require another increase in the unemployment data.

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