In January, the United States added nearly 800,000 jobs and the unemployment rate fell to a six-year low of 4.6%.
But now, the number of Americans in the labor force has been declining since the recession began.
A job is a job, and there are more people looking for work.
A new report from the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) suggests that in 2017, only 13% of Americans were employed at the peak of the jobless recovery in January 2009.
Since then, the economy has grown more slowly than the average for most of the recovery, but has added fewer jobs.
While the economy continues to recover slowly, jobless rates are now the highest in more than a decade, and they’re up from 7.6% in 2014.
The report found that in January, nearly 1.7 million Americans were jobless, the most since August 2010.
That’s nearly one-quarter of the total number of unemployed Americans.
That’s about 2.2 million more Americans than were unemployed in the final months of the Great Recession, in March 2009, the peak in the economic recovery.
In fact, in the last two years, unemployment has averaged around 4.2% for every 100,000 Americans.
The rate has fallen significantly since then.
More: How to become a better worker, not a loserIn 2017, the median weekly wage for full-time workers in the US was $10,038, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
On average, hourly wages rose 4.5% during the Great Depression, the longest period of wage growth in US history.
It was a period of enormous hardship for millions of Americans.
It also was a time of great economic growth and plenty of jobs.
But the economy was a mess, and jobs were hard to find.
Despite the fact that the recovery was great, it was still a time when employers faced an acute shortage of workers.
Job openings and vacancies surged during the recovery as people sought new jobs.
That was the opposite of what the economy needed.
And even during this period, the jobs market was far from full.
In the early 2000s, nearly all of the jobs available were part-time.
That is, many people had jobs that they didn’t like and weren’t willing to stay, and didn’t want to do them full-year.
This was a very different situation from today, when full-fledged jobs are scarce and full-timers are plentiful.
The reason the economy isn’t at full employment now is that the number and number of part-timing workers is falling, according, in part, to the economy expanding, and people starting to look for work in full- or part-year positions.
In 2017, fewer than 2.4 million Americans worked part- or full-years.
There are many reasons why the unemployment rates have been falling, but a few of them are tied to demographics.
According to the report, people of all ages and income levels are now more likely to be working part- time.
Many of those people are retirees.
There are also more people working part time now because of the recession, which has been a boon for companies that hire part- and full time workers.
For example, more people who lost their jobs were able to find new jobs, and fewer people who are working part hours were able find new work.
That means companies are hiring more people at full- and part-seasonal jobs, as opposed to full-season jobs that only take part- hours.
The report also found that part-times were more likely in the past to have lower wages.
In the last four years, part-hour wages for all workers have fallen more than 40% for all wage categories.
And part-month wages for those in full time jobs have fallen even more, as people are not able to take part time.
While the jobs that people are working less of have been rising, part time jobs and part time workers are not seeing a similar increase.
This has led to the unemployment gap widening.
For example: A full-month wage for someone working part or full time was $15,600 in January 2017, down from $17,400 in 2016.
But for a part-timer who works full time, the full-term wage for that person was $17.60, down just 5% from $18,000 in 2016, according the EPI report.
These trends will continue, and more and more part-times will have to take jobs that don’t appeal to them.
One of the things that will affect part- times is the growing number of people who have been laid off in the middle of the economic downturn.
This means fewer people are able to get new jobs because they can’t find new ones.
Some people will lose their jobs because of