Unemployment is one of the major problems facing many Americans, and the Federal Reserve is stepping up efforts to boost the economy, with the goal of ending the nation’s longest recession.
In the last week, the Fed has expanded the number of federal jobs available for individuals, and raised interest rates on federal debt, easing the pressure on the economy.
However, the unemployment rate is still far above the official 1.6% unemployment rate.
The average jobless rate in the U.S. has fallen from a high of 6.4% in October 2007 to 6.3% in February 2020.
The unemployment rate can vary widely depending on the location, age, and region.
The number of people in the labor force in each state is based on the Labor Department’s Current Population Survey, which asks people their age, sex, and race to determine their unemployment rate, as well as how many people are looking for jobs.
According to the Labor Force Survey, the overall unemployment rate was 6.1% in January of 2019, but the number in states varied.
In the West, it was 5.7%.
In the South, it fell to 5.6%.
The number of unemployed persons in the South fell from 2.8 million in February of 2019 to 1.9 million in January 2020.
In New York, the number fell from 3.2 million in September to 1 million in December of last year.
The number fell in each of the five states with the highest number of jobless people, including the West: West Virginia (2.3 million), Wyoming (2 million), Montana (1.6 million), and Kansas (1 million).
The average unemployment rate for those aged 16-24 was 5%.