Unemployment rates for African Americans and Hispanics have fallen to the lowest levels ever recorded in the history of the report on the Employment Situation.
The Labor Department (DOL) via the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released the April jobs report on Friday, which shows unemployment for African Americans (6.6%) and Hispanics (4.4% ) have fallen to brand new all-time lows. For Hispanics, the unemployment rate mirrors the all-time low previously hit in July 2017.The overall unemployment rate fell to 3.9%, the lowest it’s been since December 2000. The U-6 alternative unemployment rate fell to 7.8%, the lowest since July 2001. That indicates the U.S. economy has reverted back to a full-time economy, rather the crappy part-time
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