I have written a number of articles and blog posts that argue that the future of the US labor market is in jeopardy because of the collapse of the American job market.

As a result, I have received a great deal of attention from the labor market and business community.

The general sentiment I receive from these commenters is that if the current economy continues to falter, there is a real possibility that the entire economy will fall apart as well.

As the unemployment rate rises, people will start looking for work less.

Many of the commentators have argued that the government will intervene to help these people find jobs.

While there are some who argue that government intervention is needed to create jobs, it is important to understand the current economic situation.

The economic situation in the United States is extremely unstable, with the stock market falling and the Dow Jones dropping more than 800 points.

These events are not due to the economic downturn of 2008 or 2009, which were caused by the Great Recession, but rather, the fact that we have a severe economic problem.

The economy has not recovered the way that many hoped.

What is the current unemployment rate? 

As of February 2017, the US unemployment rate is 10.1%.

The official unemployment rate (the number of unemployed people) is currently at 7.8%.

The unemployment rate was 10.2% in February 2017.

In fact, in the year that we are measuring the unemployment data, the unemployment in the US is 4.7 percentage points higher than the peak unemployment rate of 8.4% in January of 2017.

The current rate of unemployment is a record low, and we are approaching the point where we are likely to see an even larger drop in the unemployment rates.

The real number of jobs in the labor force is not that high.

In February of 2017, there were 7.5 million people working in the private sector.

The US is currently home to 7.4 million people who are not in the workforce, and about 1.5 to 1.7 million people employed part-time because of part-year jobs.

In other words, approximately 20% of Americans work part- time because of a lack of work.

In 2017, 1.4 percent of Americans are working part- or full-time.

The average hourly wage for all workers was $9.25 in 2016, down from $10.30 in January 2017.

If we add up all the hourly wages earned by all the people in the U.S. working full time, and divide them by the population of the United State, we arrive at an annual average of $17.30 per hour, which is a substantial decrease.

This is because the total number of hours worked in the economy has fallen by more than 20% since January of 2016.

If the unemployment numbers continue to drop, there will be an even more dramatic reduction in the number of people working part time.

If people work part time because they are afraid to find full- time employment, there could be more people leaving the workforce.

If this trend continues, the number and total number who have been out of work will increase.

A large number of the people who will be out of the workforce are those who were previously in the work force and are currently looking for full- and part-timers.

As I discussed in my previous article, many of these people are already struggling.

There is no question that the economy is in deep trouble.

The unemployment numbers show that the number, size and pace of job losses is accelerating.

We know that there is little to no job growth.

The job market is shrinking at an unprecedented rate, and the number working part or full time has been dropping at a staggering rate.

The pace of hiring is also slowing.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recently reported that in February of 2018, there was a shortage of full-timer jobs.

This means that there are more than a million fewer full- or part- timers in the country today than in January 2018.

There are also more people unemployed today than there were in January.

These trends will only get worse as the unemployment is continually falling. 

I believe that we need to understand that the current downturn is the result of several factors.

First, the Federal Reserve is doing everything it can to keep the economy from collapsing. 

The Fed has increased its purchases of Treasury bills, and has pumped $1.3 trillion into the economy.

This stimulus has boosted demand, as people are willing to spend money that would otherwise be sitting idle in the bank.

The Fed is also increasing the amount of money that it prints, as it tries to buy more of the debt that it has accumulated during the Great Depression. 

In addition, the Fed is increasing its balance sheet.

This strategy is intended to ensure that the Fed maintains sufficient purchasing power to pay interest on its debt. 

But there are other factors that are also contributing to the current financial crisis.