the percentage of the work force that is unemployed at any given date
The numerical value of unemployment rate in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of unemployment rate in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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Want a better economy and a lower unemployment rate? Quit pretending you can stop people from gambling online.
The unemployment rate in Europe is a very high 11 percent, which is destabilizing the continent, european values are being eroded as a result of the fear that unemployment creates.
First of all, its likelihood of getting through Congress is nil. Second of all, I think it would be very divisive, the real issue is when we look at the poverty rate among the African-American community, when we look at the high unemployment rate within the African-American community, we have a lot of work to do.
Given that the FOMC will try to make its rate moves in 2016 ‘data dependent,’ the most economic important data for this week will likely be Friday’s monthly employment report for December, in which the unemployment rate is expected to remain at 5%, and monthly non-farm payrolls are expected ot have increased by 200,000.
I became a [much] more active member of the blind community and I realized there are these staggering statistics, like a 70 percent unemployment rate for blind people, a 66 percent obesity rate, two times the rate of depression compared to the general population, you can’t tell me that 70 percent of blind people are unemployable and don’t have those skills.
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