The unemployment rate for new hires is dropping, and it is falling faster than at any time in more than a decade.
It’s also at its lowest point since the end of the Great Recession.
But in a report released Wednesday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that employment for workers who have not been laid off in the past month is rising again, as employers are adding jobs at a faster pace than in the previous quarter.
The report, titled “Employment and Wage Growth,” is the first of its kind since President Donald Trump took office.
In March, the unemployment rate fell to 7.4 percent.
That’s down from 9.5 percent the month before.
While the jobless rate has dropped for the past several months, that’s due mostly to the recovery from the financial crisis.
It rose slightly in December, when the economy was struggling to recover.
In a few weeks, it will rise again, but not much.
The jobless figure will likely hover around 8.5 million, or about 4.5 percentage points higher than it was in February.
The latest report also showed that the labor force participation rate, or the percentage of Americans who are working or looking for work, has risen slightly in the first quarter.
That number was at 63.5% in March.
However, that rate dropped slightly in March, when more Americans started to work or look for work.
That may indicate that more Americans are working and looking for jobs.
The jobs report also found that total U.S. factory employment dropped by a more than 2,500-job-a-month figure in March compared with the month prior.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis reported in March that factory jobs dropped by more than 1.2 million, but that figure includes jobs in both the production and service sectors.
Manufacturing in March was down by about 3.5%.
More companies announced layoffs in March than in any other month since February.
That was the largest percentage drop in manufacturing since the Great Depression, according to the BLS.
That job loss was the biggest since the 2008 recession.
Still, manufacturing jobs increased by a whopping 10.2% in the month after Trump took the oath of office.
The factory jobs report came as companies are taking advantage of Trump’s tax plan that reduces corporate tax rates.
The plan would boost U.s. revenue by $1.5 trillion, the BSA said.
However that figure does not include any benefit the tax cuts will provide to businesses.
As The Associated Press reported, the tax bill would benefit about 10.5m Americans who currently pay income taxes.
The bill also would give tax breaks to corporations and other businesses that invest in the U. S. economy, including $100 billion to help the construction industry.
In addition, the bill would give an estimated $500 billion to businesses that are doing research, development, or manufacturing, including the construction sector, which accounts for roughly 40% of the U-S economy.
Trump promised to cut corporate taxes to 25%, which would make the U,S.
the highest taxed country in the world.
However it remains unclear if the corporate tax cuts, which could cost the economy $2 trillion a year, will be extended into 2019.