Which states have a ‘failing’ unemployment rate?

In 2016, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 13.4 million unemployed Americans.

In 2018, that number was 15.1 million.

That means that the U-5 population of unemployed Americans has grown by more than 2.3 million.

This is according to an analysis by Bloomberg Businessweek, which shows the “failing” unemployment rate among the 13.5 million unemployed in 2018 is a whopping 24.3 percent.

The top 5 states for the UBS/TIPP unemployment rate in 2018 are New Jersey, Florida, Virginia, Ohio and North Carolina.

In other words, every state has a jobless rate that is above the national average.

The number of people in the U5 is projected to rise by 1.1 percent over the next 10 years.

This could make it harder for some Americans to get a job.

As more people enter the workforce, the unemployment rate will only rise.

According to the National Employment Law Project, this will make it more difficult for Americans to find and keep a job as well as make it less likely that they will find a job in the future.