Full time unemployment drops
The full time unemployment rate declined to 9.0 percent of the civilian workforce but remains near the highest rate seen in 41 years.
Friday's employment situation report showed that in December the full time unemployment rate declined to 9.0% of the civilian workforce but remains near the highest rate seen in 41 years.Skip to next paragraph
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The Bureau of Labor Statistics considers full time workers to be those “who have expressed a desire to work full time (35 hours or more per week) or are on layoff from full-time jobs”.
Full time jobless workers currently account for roughly 88.5% of all unemployed workers.
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