How to tell if the U.S. economy is growing or shrinking

The economy is slowly gaining steam but is still not showing signs of sustained improvement.

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economy growing or is it shrinking?

The U.s. economic expansion has been sluggish, with little sign of the recovery that President Donald Trump promised during his presidential campaign.

The economy has also slowed a bit since last year, and the number of people in work has dropped.

Here’s how to know if you’re seeing an expansion or contraction.

What is an economy?

The United States is a nation of nearly 4.5 million people and more than one-quarter of the world’s population.

The number of jobs in the U, which includes both the private and public sectors, is now higher than in any other country in the world.

The U’s economy is mostly concentrated in manufacturing, agriculture, construction and real estate.

But there are many other industries, including finance, retail, and education.

What do economists say?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has said the U economy has added about 120,000 jobs since last September, the most recent data available.

That’s roughly 1.5% of total employment, or about 0.4 million jobs.

But many economists disagree with that number, saying the U has lost about 300,000 manufacturing jobs since September.

And they say the U hasn’t lost jobs in any of the four industries that have been the most heavily affected by the recession: agriculture, the services sector, manufacturing and transportation.

Some economists are even arguing that the U is not growing at all.

The Bureau’s latest jobs report shows the U’s labor force participation rate (the percentage of workers who want to work but are not currently employed) was 68.4% in August.

That was a decline from 67.6% in July.

And the labor force is now shrinking.

The unemployment rate, which is the share of the labor market that is actively seeking work, was 5.4%, down from 5.6%.

In other words, the labor-force participation rate has declined.

What are the unemployment rates?

The unemployment rates are the number that the Bureau of Economic Analysis uses to measure the health of the U Economy.

It measures the percentage of the population that is either unemployed or actively looking for work.

The jobless rate is the percentage that is unemployed and looking for a job.

The government reports unemployment for the month of August.

The latest numbers are released in a weekly release.

The data is based on interviews with about 150,000 people, who are asked about their expectations for the coming week.

The jobs report is based off the latest job openings in the last 24 hours, and is published each Monday.

It is published in the Federal Register and is available on the website.

Who’s looking for jobs?

Many people want to find work, but the job market is still very tight.

A report from the Bureau said that the unemployment rate was 6.3% in June.

But it’s also down from 6.5%, and it’s down from 7.2% a year ago.

The Labor Department says it is expecting a strong job market this year.

The labor market remains very tight, with an unemployment rate of 7.1%.

The unemployment level is not the same as the unemployment number, and it is not a measure of the overall economy.

It’s just one measure of unemployment that’s used by the Federal Reserve to set interest rates.

Why is the economy growing?

A lot of the credit goes to the Federal Housing Administration, which helps finance many of the loans and mortgages that help the economy.

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York recently said it expects the economy to add more than 200,000 new jobs this year, bringing its total to more than 3 million.

In the next few months, the U will start seeing the effects of the economic stimulus that Trump and his Republican congressional allies have promised, including a major increase in food stamp benefits.

The administration has also proposed an increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour, a move that is expected to help boost the economy as well.

What’s the U doing to slow down the recession?

The administration is trying to ease the pressure on the economy by taking steps to spur growth, such as making it easier for young people to apply for college, and lowering the cost of mortgages.

There are also some measures being taken to help people who have fallen into the financial crisis.

The Department of Labor and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) are increasing the interest rates on some consumer loans to help consumers get their finances under control.

There’s also a new law that would allow the government to collect more from banks and other financial institutions for the first time in more than 20 years.

What happens next?

The economic outlook for the rest of the year is not yet known.

The first signs of the economy’s expansion are expected this week.

We’re also expecting more data to come in this week on consumer spending and a report from retailers on what they expect to see this week from the