1.macroeconomics 2. In february the unenployment rate in the U.S. went down to 7.7 percent, Although some of this decrease is due to people… read more
1.macroeconomics 2. In february the unenployment rate in the U.S. went down to 7.7 percent, Although some of this decrease is due to people qutiing searching and people retiring, 236,000 new jobs were added during the month. This rate is a four year low and it shows businesses' confidence in the U.S. economy. close
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