The unemployment rate in emerging markets fell to 8.3 percent, the lowest rate since the depths of the global financial crisis in September 2008.
The rate dropped to 7.6 percent for emerging markets and 6.6 for the U.S. The economy is slowly recovering, with GDP growing at a 2.9 percent annual pace.
But the country is still a work in progress and the job market is still in its infancy.
For now, economists say it’s a good time to look for a job.
Here’s what you need to know.
What is the unemployment rate?
The U.N. says the unemployment number is the number of people actively looking for work.
That’s when the unemployment line is drawn on a map.
It can’t be used to determine the actual unemployment rate because there’s no reliable data available.
In the case of emerging markets, the rate is based on the number people reporting they have a job, and economists say that’s why they’ve found it lower than the U,S.
The U.K. unemployment rate was 7.9 in August, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics.
Here in the U: The U, S. and Australia are all lower than 7 percent.
What is the jobless rate in the United States?
The unemployment rate is a broad measure of people looking for a new job.
It includes people who have given up looking for that job, people who are actively looking, and people who may be working part-time or part-year because of a job loss.
The unemployment number can be misleading because it’s based on a limited sample of people.
It excludes people who’ve been looking for the job for some time, and also excludes people in part-timers and those who have stopped looking for full-time work.
The U-6 rate is used to gauge the labor force participation rate, or the percentage of Americans who are working.
It’s calculated by dividing the number who want a job by the number working.
The higher the U-5 rate, the more likely people are to be working full- or part or some other form of work.
Here’s how the unemployment and labor force data is calculated.
The number of unemployed in each country is measured by the unemployment agency.
The data is weighted by the size of the economy to determine how much of a factor it is.
For example, an unemployment rate of 7.8 percent in the EU is considered relatively low because most countries have a labor force of about 8 million people, and the EU has more than 12 million people.
The figure is much lower than in the West, which has an estimated population of nearly 33 million.
The United States, which is smaller than the EU, has an unemploymentrate of about 6.5 percent.
Here is the latest unemployment and jobless data.
The unemployment figure has been volatile, and it’s unclear whether the labor market is improving.
Inflation is low and wages are rising, but the job creation rate is weak.
That means fewer people are getting a job or searching for one.
The average wage has increased by about 2.4 percent over the past year, according the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
What are the job openings?
There are about 7.7 million jobs open in emerging economies, according a Reuters analysis of data from the International Monetary Fund.
That is up from 6.9 million jobs in the first quarter of 2018, and up from 5.9 new jobs in 2016.
But a large number of the job cuts are in high-tech industries.
For emerging markets , the biggest growth in job openings was in the services sector, which includes hospitality, retail, health care, and educational services.
In that sector, more than half of the new job openings in emerging countries were in health care and educational support services, a group that includes health care workers, social workers, and nurses.
The job openings are growing at an impressive pace, but there’s still plenty of room for improvement.
The number of job openings has slowed in the past several years, and in some cases even declined, according with the IMF.
In fact, there are about 1.8 million job openings for each new worker added to the workforce, and that’s far less than the current employment growth of 5.4 million per month.
The IMF report notes that the trend of declining job openings is “especially troubling given the recent surge in the unemploymentrate and the lack of progress in the labor supply.”
The unemploymentrate for emerging economies has been in the double digits for years, according and the U.,S.
and Australian rates have been at double digits.
The global economic slowdown has also been contributing to the drop in job opportunities.
According to the IMF, in the third quarter of 2020, the job vacancy rate was 8.4%, which is the highest in more than a decade.
In emerging markets where the unemployment rates have dipped below the double digit, this has led to fewer people searching for work, which could affect the labor pool.
In many countries