U.S. Unemployment Rate Since 1890

U.S. Unemployment Rate Since 1890 When has U.S. unemployment been this low? This chart puts the unemployment rate since 1890 into perspective. Image: Bianco Research

U.S. Unemployment Rate Forecast

U.S. Unemployment Rate Forecast Goldman Sachs forecasts new lows in the U.S. unemployment rate in 2020. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

U.S. Job Openings and Unemployment

U.S. Job Openings and Unemployment The U.S. labor market is very tight. There are still more open jobs than unemployed workers. Image: FactSet

U.S. Misery Index (Unemployment Rate + Core Inflation)

U.S. Misery Index (Unemployment Rate + Core Inflation) The misery index is an economic indicator, created by economist Arthur Okun. Because both inflation and unemployment are very low, the U.S. misery index (unemployment rate + core inflation) is approaching all-time low. That’s good news for Americans, because it brings stability to the life of the…

U.S. Employment Rate 55+

U.S. Employment Rate 55+ The U.S. employment rate of older workers is increasing in a long-term trend. Image: Ernie Tedeschi