The job market is struggling to recover from the Great Recession.
While the recovery has been a slow one, the jobless rate is up significantly from the depths of the crisis, and many economists believe the recovery will be even faster in the future.
So how bad is it?
How much longer does it take to recover?
That’s the question we’re going to take a look at today.
The good news is that unemployment is falling rapidly.
The unemployment rate was 8.1 percent in November, down from 9.9 percent in December and 11.1% in January.
While it remains high, that drop in unemployment is mostly due to people getting jobs.
It’s also lower than it was during the crisis.
Here are some of the key takeaways from the latest job numbers.
A lot of people are looking for jobs that pay more than the current minimum wage of $7.25 an hour.
Many of those jobs are at the very bottom of the job market.
Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on Thursday that unemployment has fallen by nearly 11 percent since December.
A record number of people have taken jobs that would have paid less than $7 an hour, and those people are mostly people of color.
For instance, the number of blacks in the labor force is at a record high of 16.4 million, up from 12.9 million in February of this year.
The number of Hispanic workers has also risen to an all-time high of 18.6 million, while the number for Native Americans has risen to 3.4 percent of the labor market.
Meanwhile, the overall number of jobs added during the Great Depression was almost exactly the same as it is now.
This means that the job growth during the recession is mostly concentrated in the lower middle class.
That means that while there are many people looking for better-paying jobs, the jobs at the bottom are largely held by people of poor or minority backgrounds.
These jobs don’t offer the same types of benefits that the well-paid jobs that exist today.
That is, there are a lot of jobs that require a high school diploma, a bachelor’s degree, or a high-paying job with experience, such as management, sales, or finance.
A huge chunk of those are low-paying, non-management, and low-skilled jobs.
For example, in December, only 3.5 percent of jobs were at the high-end of the pay scale.
In December, less than 1 percent of those were at these levels.
This is a lot lower than during the last recession.
In fact, the unemployment rate for all workers ages 16 to 64 has dropped to 7.7 percent.
That’s down from 7.9 in November and 7.6 in December.
This isn’t because people have given up looking for work, either.
The median age of the population in November was 36.6, up slightly from 36.1 in December but down from 36 in January of this years.
People are also looking for higher paying jobs that aren’t available to them.
That includes the number working part time jobs or looking for a part-time job.
In November, the percentage of people working part-timers rose to 20.9%, up from 20.3 percent in January, but that’s down significantly from 25.1 percentage points in February.
That drop in part-timer jobs is a reflection of a number of factors, but the biggest one is that the unemployment insurance program is set to expire on March 15.
The other big factor that is affecting part-times is the decline in the share of people receiving benefits.
The average weekly benefit for a full-time worker in November fell to $1,819 from $1 to $2,869.
That translates into about 7,000 fewer people receiving those benefits.
As a result, many people are struggling to pay the bills.
This year, a record number (14.9 billion) of people in poverty were receiving food stamps.
This includes more than 1.3 million people receiving the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP.
This program, which helps people with limited income and is administered by the U:S.
Department of Agriculture, was supposed to be eliminated by Congress but has not been done yet.
It was supposed be replaced by a new program called the Supplemental Security Income, or SSI, which is administered through the Department of Health and Human Services.
SNAP is paid out based on the income you have and the level of your dependency.
In addition, people receiving SNAP are eligible for government assistance, such that they can pay for groceries and other necessities.
People who receive food stamps aren’t just relying on government assistance.
The USDA is also working to reduce the number and severity of food stamp abuse, including through an expanded program known as the Targeted Assistance Program (TAP).
As of March 31, TAP was able to help 1.