Washington, D.C. – June 3, 2018 – The number of Americans seeking to work in the U.S. economy has hit an all-time high, according to new figures released on Wednesday.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that the number of job seekers has grown by 7,904,000 since March 2019.

The numbers, which are from a three-month rolling period, also mark a record increase from the 4,811,000 job seekers that the Bureau released in March.

The data marks the first time in more than 20 years that the unemployment rate has declined since the end of the Great Recession.

But it also indicates that a significant number of people are still looking for work, which means that the labor market has not recovered to the level that it was before the recession.

The U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCAP) says the U,S.

labor market is experiencing a new “slowdown” that has led to an increase in the number and types of people who are seeking work.

The unemployment rate rose to 4.8 percent in June from 4.6 percent in March, and the number seeking work rose to 1.3 million from 928,000, the ESCAP report said.

The number who have applied for jobs has increased by an average of 18 percent over the past year.

“While this slowdown is affecting many people, it is important to note that the economy has not yet returned to full employment,” said Chris Williamson, director of the National Economic and Policy Research Center at the Brookings Institution, a Washington-based think tank.

This has created an opportunity for more people to apply for jobs and more jobs are being created.” “

But in many ways, the slowdown is also helping to reduce the number who are working and that has created a labor market that has remained relatively tight.

This has created an opportunity for more people to apply for jobs and more jobs are being created.”

Job seekers looking for jobs in major metropolitan areas are more likely to be in cities than in rural areas, according the ESSPCA.

The BLS report said that the metro areas that experienced the largest job growth in the first quarter were Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Minneapolis, and Nashville.

“It is important for employers to understand that these job gains are temporary,” Williamson said.

“As people look for work in other areas, the number looking for and accepting jobs is going to increase, which is what businesses are trying to get people to do.”

The Bureau’s monthly job market report covers all occupations except for those that have changed from previous months.

Job seekers and job seekers looking to relocate were more likely than those seeking work in major cities to be male and to be living in their own households, the report said, citing data from the U.

“The average age of jobseekers seeking work was 30.3 years old, and only one in five of those seeking job were 25 years old or older, the data showed.

The report did not look at the age of those applying for jobs.

The rate of people seeking work has increased dramatically since the recession and the BLS data is the first official report to document the change.

“We think that the job growth rate may be the best indicator of whether the labor demand is getting better or not.” “

There are more people looking for a job in the labor supply chain than there were in 2007, but it is difficult to tell whether or not that was a direct result of the economy improving or whether it is a reflection of more people trying to find work and more employers finding them,” Williamson told ABC News.

“We think that the job growth rate may be the best indicator of whether the labor demand is getting better or not.”

The data released on Tuesday is the latest in a series of monthly reports from the BSA, which have been released periodically since April.

The latest report on June 19, for example, showed that the total number of jobs available nationwide has increased to a record 9.6 million from 7.8 million in March 2019, according a release.

The labor force participation rate, or the share of adults working or looking for employment, also increased to 62.9 percent from 62.6 on March.

A record number of households have been added to the workforce, including an increase of more than 10 million people since April 2019.

In June, the U’s unemployment rate reached 6.3 percent, which the BJS said was “well above” its historical average of 6.1 percent.

The recent growth in jobs also means that people are not getting as many as they would like to.

The Labor Department reported on Wednesday that the civilian noninstitutional