The unemployment rate has fallen below 6% for the first time in more than a year.
The unemployment insurance rate is at a four-year low of 4.4%, and the number of Americans with jobless insurance is down by 873,000.
And the economy has regained momentum in a few key areas.
Unemployment is now down to 6.5%, down from 7.8% in March and the lowest it has been since December.
The number of people employed has risen by more than 3 million since March, while the number with part-time work has nearly tripled to 1.3 million.
And we have reached an all-time high in employment gains, according to a recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
So, that’s great news.
But we know that the economy is still slowing down.
We’ve seen the labor market tighten, which is part of the reason why the economy was growing so quickly in recent months.
And I believe that, despite all these positive developments, we will see another recession in the near future.
And, it is not going to be very fun.
I think we’ll see another contraction, with the economy slowing, and the unemployment rate falling back down.
But it is important to recognize that the recovery is a long-term project, and it will not be easy.
The next recession, however, could come sooner than later.
As we look ahead, it’s important to keep in mind that the economic outlook for the U