How to calculate average unemployment and inflation rates, by state, in your state of residence
Business Insider’s Aaron Blake is on a mission to help you get an idea of the economy and the unemployment rate in your area.
We’ve done this before, but he decided to do it again, because it’s so important.
So, with all due respect to Aaron Blake, what you need to know is that, for every 10,000 jobs created in the United States, the unemployment and unemployment rate of the state in which you live drops by 1.2%.
This is not an average, and it’s not a simple calculation.
But, it is a general indicator of the health of the U.S. economy.
So, here are some of the key numbers you should know.
In this case, the number is a measure of the unemployment of the states in which an individual lives.
It’s based on the number of unemployed individuals and the percentage of them that are living in the states with the lowest unemployment rate.
In a nutshell, a state’s unemployment rate is the percentage in the country of unemployed people.
So if it’s 10%, and the state with the highest unemployment rate has a state unemployment rate at 1.5%, then the state’s economy is in good shape.
In reality, the U-2 unemployment report, which is the most accurate indicator of economic health, says that states with a higher U-1 unemployment rate will have higher U. S. economic output.
The U-3 unemployment rate and the U3 inflation rate are estimates of the inflation rate that is reflected in the GDP.
In other words, they are the “real” unemployment rate for the U (real) economy.
A state’s U-5 unemployment rate can be calculated by dividing the U5 unemployment figure by the U6 unemployment rate, which for many states is the average of both.
In many states, this means the state has a higher rate of U-6 unemployment.
But it doesn’t necessarily mean that the state is more depressed.
A higher U5 jobless rate in a state can indicate that it is experiencing more severe job market conditions.
For example, the states of Georgia and South Carolina have very low U-4 unemployment rates, and Georgia has the highest U5.
If the U4 rate is very high in a given state, it can indicate a very serious job market, and a high U5 rate can indicate an improved situation.