Here’s a list of states that have the highest job growth rates in the nation.
Here’s what you need to know about the top 20 states.
Read moreState job growth is improving: The U.S. economy is adding jobs at a pace faster than expected.
The unemployment rate is down to 5.7% and the labor force participation rate is up to 62.5%.
The unemployment gap between the sexes is narrowing, according to the latest Census Bureau data.
The number of jobs available to Americans aged 16 to 64 is up by 5 million since September and the unemployment rate has fallen to 4.7%.
There are more jobs than people in every state except Maine, where the unemployment gap is growing.
Employment has risen in seven of the 10 states that had the highest rate of growth in the last quarter of 2018, according to the Labor Department.
The job market has grown at a more than 4% annual rate in most states.
Read moreThe jobs picture is a bit more rosy in Alabama, where a median income of $53,000 has surpassed $80,000 in a little more than a year.
This is the state where President Donald Trump announced plans to make the state the first in the country to offer tuition waivers for all college graduates, a move which has been criticized by some Republicans and the Education Department as a giveaway to the wealthy.
Trump is considering a proposal to increase the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour, a proposal that would make Alabama the second-highest in the union with the state with the highest minimum wage at $11.70 an hour.
In Florida, the unemployment number has fallen from 5.5% in August to 4%.
This could be the only state with a positive unemployment rate in the next quarter.
“This has been an impressive turnaround in a state that was in a recession,” said David Autor, chief economist at the Economic Policy Institute.
There is little doubt that this is a good time to be a Florida resident.
Florida is in a better economic position than most other states.
The median household income was $53.35 in August, up from $50,092 in July and up from just $51,531 in the third quarter of 2017.
However, the state is still struggling to recover from a wave of hurricanes, including Hurricane Irma.
State unemployment is down from 5% in September to 3.3%.
Florida’s population has grown by more than 13 million people since 2000, which is faster than the national average of 9.7 million.
Some people are still worried about the impact of the hurricanes.
Many of them said they are worried that the economy will be slower and jobs will be harder to find.
According to the Labor Department, there were 12.3 million people unemployed in the U. S. in August 2018.
That was up from 13.1 million in July, but down from a high of 16.9 million in the second quarter of 2016.
Overall, the job market in the United States has increased for the second time in four years, according the Economic Advisers Association.
Over the last year, more than 12 million new jobs have been created, according to Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta economist Daniel Wessels.
Wessels said there are many reasons why the unemployment problem in the U.S., even though it is improving, is not going to be solved by a repeal of the federal stimulus package.
He said the unemployment number is a better gauge of the state of the economy, because the unemployment is based on people who are actively looking for work, not just discouraged workers.
It is also a good indicator of how many people are actually looking for jobs, which would make the jobs report more accurate.
While the unemployment situation in the state has improved, it is still a long way from the level of job creation that many Americans expected to see.
More: Inflation is lower than expected and there are signs that the national jobless rate is going to fall, according data from the Labor Dept.
On Thursday, President Donald Trumps Commerce Department reported that it received a report on the nation’s unemployment rate from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
President Donald Trump announced that the jobless rate would be lower than it had been the prior month, according a tweet.
At least three other federal agencies reported similar data on Wednesday.
As of September 10, the number of people who had been out of work for more than six weeks dropped to 9.1% from 10.3% in October.
Of those who were out of the labor market for more that six weeks, 5.6% were in employment and 9.4% were