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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 Rates for States - Bureau of Labor Statistics


    Apr 15, 2016 ... Unemployment Rates for States Monthly Rankings Seasonally Adjusted Mar.
    2016p. Rank, State, Rate. 1, SOUTH DAKOTA, 2.5.

  • Employment Situation Summary - Bureau of Labor Statistics


    Household Survey Data In March, the unemployment rate (5.0 percent) and the
    number of unemployed persons (8.0 million) were little changed. Both measures

  • United States Unemployment Rate | 1948-2016 | Data | Chart ...


    Apr 1, 2016 ... Unemployment rate in the United States rose unexpectedly to 5 percent in March
    2016, from 4.9 percent in the previous month and compared ...

  • Civilian Unemployment Rate - FRED - St. Louis Fed


    Apr 1, 2016 ... Series: UNRATE, %, Monthly, 1948-01 to 2016-03, SA, FRED: Download, graph,
    and track economic data. Tags: nation, usa, monthly, sa, bls, ...

  • Unemployment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    The labor force participation rate is the ratio between ... in the unemployment rate
    can occur simultaneously with an ...

  • Unemployment Rate Definition | Investopedia


    Unemployment rate is defined most basically as the percentage of the total labor
    force that is unemployed but actively seeking employment and willing to work.

  • National Employment Monthly Update


    The national unemployment rate showed little change at 5.0% in March 2016,
    with approximately 215000 new jobs added to the economy during the month.

  • The Rising Unemployment Rate Is Good News | FiveThirtyEight


    Apr 1, 2016 ... The unemployment rate rose to 5 percent in March from 4.9 percent in February,
    according to Friday's jobs report. That's within the margin of ...

  • What Is The Real Unemployment Rate? | FiveThirtyEight


    Feb 26, 2016 ... A couple of weeks back, I had a bit of fun with Donald Trump's claim that the “real
    unemployment rate is as high as 42 percent. That number is ...