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  • Unemployment Rate - Bureau of Labor Statistics Data


    Series Id: LNS14000000 Seasonally Adjusted Series title: (Seas) Unemployment
    Rate Labor force status: Unemployment rate. Type of data: Percent or rate

  • Unemployment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    [edit]. The United States Labor Force Participation Rate by gender 1948–2011.
    Men are represented in light blue, ...

  • United States Unemployment Rate - Trading Economics


    Feb 6, 2015 ... Unemployment Rate in the United States increased to 5.70 percent in January of
    2015 from 5.60 percent in December of 2014. Unemployment ...

  • Unemployment Rate Definition | Investopedia


    From 1948 to 2004, the monthly U.S. unemployment rate has ranged between
    about 2.5% to 10.8%, averaging approximately 5.6%. The unemployment rate is

  • Civilian Unemployment Rate - FRED - St. Louis Fed


    Feb 6, 2015 ... Tags: usa, nation, bls, monthly, sa, rate, unemployment, civilian, 16 years +,
    household survey, headline figure, labor underutilization.

  • National Employment Monthly Update


    Feb 6, 2015 ... The national unemployment rate rose slightly, to 5.7%, in January 2015. More
    than a quarter million jobs were added to the economy during the ...

  • Unemployment rate, state by state - CNN Money


    The national unemployment rate has remained stubbornly high since the
    recession, but not all states are still feeling the jobs crisis.

  • The World Factbook -- Field Listing - Unemployment rate - CIA


    note: official rate; actual rate is lower as many technically unemployed persons
    work ... note: data are for registered urban unemployment, which excludes private

  • Alternate Unemployment Charts - Shadow Government Statistics


    The seasonally-adjusted SGS Alternate Unemployment Rate reflects current
    unemployment reporting methodology adjusted for SGS-estimated long-term ...

  • Unemployment, total (% of total labor force) (modeled ILO estimate ...


    ... of total labor force) (modeled ILO estimate). Unemployment refers to the share
    of the labor force that is without work but available for and seeking employment.