Young Money: Pre-September 2018 Jobs Day Release

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Though the number of unemployed youth has inched down to below prerecession rates, many other indicators suggest that the employment situation for American youth is not so rosy. Though they’re the most educated compared with previous generations, 1 in 5 American adults ages 18 through 34 has student loan debt.
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Young Money: At Midyear, Youth Unemployment and Labor Participation Rise

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Amidst an escalating trade war with China, presidential threats to American companies, and doubt from the international community of America’s economic commitment to our European partners, the economy added 213,000 jobs in the month of June, with the unemployment rate
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Young Money: Unemployment Reaches Historic Low, Youth Rate Edges Up

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As the American economy gears into the summer months, the unemployment rate continued its downward trend, while the youth unemployment rate for 16 to 24-year-olds edged up slightly. In the month of May the overall unemployment rate fell to 3.8
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