The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released its latest statistics on job creation and job losses in March, revealing that job creation in March rose by 235,000.
However, the BLS also reported that job losses rose by 557,000, and the unemployment rate rose by 8.4%.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) reports that employment and unemployment are at their lowest levels since December, which means that jobs have been lost.
The new data showed that the average American has lost 1,800 jobs since March.
That means that nearly all of those who lost their jobs have received more than a week of unemployment compensation.
However, the unemployment rates are lower than those of January.
The BLS reports that job loss rates rose in the second quarter of this year.
The unemployment rate fell in March from 5.1 percent to 4.4 percent, which is a slight decrease.
The data also showed that people who lost jobs did not receive unemployment benefits in the month of March.
Although the unemployment numbers are lower, they still show that the U.A.E. economy has struggled with unemployment and a lack of jobs.
The jobs created in March were the smallest since May of this past year.
However the Bureau of Statistics reported that the unemployment in March was 7.3 percent.
This chart from the Bureau shows that the labor market has become more unstable as the U-2 program has been in place.
The U-1 visa program allows American citizens to come to the U