U.K. cities with the highest and lowest unemployment rates are the ones in blue, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
While most cities have low unemployment rates, the U.A.E. has the lowest unemployment rate of 5.8 percent, while in Mexico City it is 5.9 percent.
The data is released for cities that have more than 100,000 people and has been weighted for the number of people in each city.
The BLS defines “low unemployment” as a rate of less than 4 percent, and “high unemployment” is 4.1 percent.
“If you’re a high-wage employer with a good workforce, that means you’re going to see an increase in payroll and the number and types of employees,” said Matthew Miller, a labor economist with the Economic Policy Institute.
“And, if you’re not a high wage employer, then the rate of unemployment is lower.”
You’re going for a lot of things, but also you’re creating jobs,” Miller added.
In the United States, the highest percentage of Americans are employed, but unemployment rates for those who do have jobs have been falling for years.
According to the BLS, there were 8.7 million Americans with jobs in May, up from 7.7 on May 12, 2018.
“It’s going down, and it’s staying down. “
The unemployment rate is at a historic low, and if we keep this pace, it’s going to continue to drop,” said Joe Romm, president of the American Action Forum, a pro-business group.
“It’s going down, and it’s staying down.
It’s not just in the country, it goes all around the world.
If we don’t get out of the hole now, it is going to get worse.”
Miller noted that unemployment rates tend to be higher in the Midwest, with the lowest rate of 1.6 percent, followed by the West and Northeast.