The job market is in a state of flux for the second week in a row.
A week ago, the unemployment rate fell to 5.6 per cent, down from 6.2 per cent a week ago.
Now, it’s climbing back up to 6.3 per cent.
But it’s not just the unemployment numbers that are changing, the broader job market has also changed dramatically.
On Friday, the Labor Department announced it was slashing its January jobs report, downgrading the state’s jobless rate to 8.4 per cent from 9.1 per cent last week.
That is the lowest level in more than a decade.
This comes as the economy is still in a recession.
The unemployment rate has fallen from 5.9 per cent in the month before the recession began to 6 per cent now.
It’s the biggest fall since the late 1990s, when the jobless rates were at an all-time high of 10.6%.
The jobless figure has also been on a downward trend since September.
In October, the job market was already struggling, with the job openings rate at 5.7 per cent and the total jobless applying for jobs at 2.9 million.
Job openings were up at the start of the year, but now the pace of job openings is now slowing.
As of this week, the total number of jobs is down from 2.6 million to 1.9m, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Meanwhile, the overall unemployment rate is down to 5 per cent , the lowest in more that a decade and a half.
What to expect this week: The economy will be more volatile than ever before in the coming weeks.
While the government has cut back on spending, there will be some extra spending this week.
The government announced a $50 million holiday program for people looking to get a holiday or two.
We’re still looking at the details of the Labor department’s decision, but it appears that they’re going to be reducing the amount of time people can take out of the job search by six weeks, from six weeks to four weeks.
That will probably have an impact on job seekers and their employers.
Employers have been hiring more, with employers hiring in the tens of thousands this week and in the hundreds of thousands next week.
It will also be tough for companies to find people who are willing to work.
There will be a big surge in new jobs this week as people come back into the workforce, but some people will be looking for work at the same time as they get back.
Last week, more than 3.3 million Americans lost their jobs.
Since Labor’s latest announcement, more Americans have lost their job.
When it comes to the overall job market, the economy appears to be stabilising, at least for the time being.
So how do we know the economy’s good?
The Bureau of Labour Statistics keeps track of a number of things, including job openings, jobs created, average hourly earnings and the average number of hours worked each week.
But it also tracks the number of people who apply for jobs and who are rejected.
How the job economy is doing: Since the recession started, the number has risen every week.
Last week was the first week in seven months where it rose above the previous record high.
Economists say the economy continues to grow because more people are looking for jobs.
But they also point out that there is a large pool of job seekers out there who are not getting a job, and some employers may be reluctant to hire them.
For example, the US has a large number of high-skill jobs, which make up a large portion of the economy, so many people with a college degree are out there looking for those jobs.
So there is more demand for those positions, and the jobs are coming.
But they’re not all being filled, and there is still a large amount of unemployment, according the Bureau.
And this is why many economists are concerned about what will happen in the months ahead.
Some economists believe the US economy could suffer a massive downturn this year.
Many economists have warned that the job loss in November is just a symptom of the overall slowdown, and it will only get worse as the month wears on.
They also fear that this is a sign that the recovery will be weaker than originally expected.
With the US unemployment rate at its lowest level since the Great Recession, many economists expect it will soon start to dip back down.
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