What is it about the United State that has made it so hard to live here?
As a country, we have always struggled to find a place to call home.
The U.S. has long had an over-reliance on foreign labor and trade, and that has been one of the key reasons why we haven’t seen a real national comeback in the manufacturing sector since the 1930s.
Our national economy has been so dependent on foreign workers that when we do have good jobs, we are far less likely to hire American workers, as has been the case for decades.
Now that the economy is recovering and the labor market is improving, though, the number of jobs that Americans are hiring is back to where it was in the 1930, as evidenced by this new jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics: The unemployment rate for U.s. workers who are looking for work has been down to 5.9% for March.
But that’s still far below the 11.6% peak in October of 2012.
Meanwhile, the unemployment rate in March was 6.9%.
The rate in February was 7.9%, and the rate in January was 7%.
The jobs report shows that even though the unemployment is lower, the economy remains in a weak position.
That is, it has been more difficult for the average American to find good jobs and is more likely to suffer a long-term economic decline than other advanced economies.
The good news is that these challenges are not just a problem for the country, but are a major impediment to the continued economic growth of the country.
It is no coincidence that the United Kingdom, one of our major trading partners, has seen its economy grow faster than the United Sates over the last year.
That means that, at least in the short term, we could be on our way to a strong recovery in the labor force.
However, as the unemployment figures show, it is far from guaranteed that this will happen.
The recent jobs report suggests that the labor-force participation rate is continuing to fall, but it also shows that Americans have been losing more jobs.
It seems that, as a result, the share of Americans who are not in the workforce is increasing.
For example, the jobs report showed that for all age groups, the rate of people not in work has dropped from a high of 12.5% in September 2013 to 12.1% in March.
In other words, the labor pool has been shrinking.
But it’s not just the percentage of the labor population that has shrunk.
It has also decreased the share that is actually working.
The share of working-age Americans who say they are working has fallen from 47.9 to 41.3 percent.
It’s no wonder that some people say that we have lost the American Dream.
We’ve lost our hope that our country will ever again be a land of opportunity.
This is not a new problem, but the pace of change is staggering.
Our jobs are in the news.
It was the news that came out of the White House’s State of the Union address on Tuesday that made headlines around the world.
It highlighted the growing trend of young Americans looking for employment outside of traditional workplaces.
As part of this trend, many young Americans are turning to Craigslist for help finding jobs.
A recent survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta found that 60 percent of Americans said they are looking to hire someone to do the part-time work that they can no longer do.
According to a recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, 52 percent of millennials now say they would consider a part- time job if they could.
Many of these young workers have a higher degree of educational attainment and a more robust job market, which in turn means that they are willing to take on less onerous work and risk being laid off if they don’t get the job they want.
And while the young people who are turning into freelancers may not have the same degree of formal education as those who do full-time, they are also far more likely than those who work full- time to have been in the U. S. economy for less than a year.
It may sound like an empty statement, but as young people continue to move into the workforce, they may not be able to find jobs that fit their needs and interests.
It might be tempting to blame these trends on a lack of jobs, but these are the same reasons why many older workers feel discouraged when they hear the word “retirement.”
According to the U, the average age of those who are retiring from the labor field is around 35.
The unemployment numbers for those ages 18-24 suggest that the unemployment situation for those people is likely to worsen, even though those who have been out of work for longer have seen the economic benefits of economic growth.
The median age of people retiring from non-federal