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Millennials today number more than 83 million individuals and account for nearly one-third of both the labor force and the eligible voting population. Millennials now surpass Baby Boomers as America’s largest generation. Beyond sheer numbers, Millennials also represent the most diverse generation ...Read more »
Young Money: Youth Unemployment Falls To Lowest Rate In A Decade But Participation Remains Low In MayRead more »
In April, the economy added 211,000 jobs and the national unemployment rate fell to 4.4 percent—its lowest rate since 2007. The youth unemployment rate, which measures Americans 16 to 24, ticked slightly upward in April, to 9.4 percent from 9.1 percent in March.
In March, the economy added 98,000 jobs and the national unemployment rate fell to 4.5 percent, down from 4.7 percent in February. The youth unemployment rate, which tracks young Americans aged 16 to 24, fell even steeper, from 9.9 percent in February to 9.1 percent in March—its lowest rate in ...
For far too long, progressive youth organizations have worked to elevate and center the voices of young people while lacking the funds to efficiently and fully transform young people’s progressive values into long-term progressive change.
Though February marked the first full month of President Trump’s administration, the jobs numbers released today are still largely reflective of President Obama’s economic policies and legacy. In February, employers added 235,000 jobs to their rosters and the national unemployment rate fell to ...
Alongside many other extreme acts in the first days of his presidency, such as enacting an unconstitutional Muslim ban, President Trump has nominated the hyper-conservative Neil Gorsuch to fill the vacancy on the nation’s highest court.
In January, the last month with data reflective of President Obama’s economic policies, the economy added 227,000 jobs and the unemployment rate rose ever so slightly, to 4.8 percent. The youth unemployment rate, which measures 16- to 24-year-olds, rose by 0.1 percentage points to 10.1 percent. ...