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A couple of days ago, the United States Labor Department announced it was pulling the plug on a $1.6 trillion stimulus package because of “excessive and excessive labor force participation.”
The Obama administration had planned to provide up to $600 billion in new spending over the next two years to help the economy recover from the Great Recession.
But this week, the Department of Labor announced that the government was “unable to meet its own spending targets” as it tried to come up with new ways to fund unemployment benefits, food stamps and unemployment insurance.
The announcement came after the Trump administration slashed spending on programs that helped the unemployed and the government had to borrow to cover its spending for the next few years.
In an interview with CNBC’s John Harwood, Trump said that “we don’t have a plan, but we have to do something to get people back to jobs.”
He added that the federal government needs to “make the economy more competitive, because our country is not as good as it could be.”
Trump is not the first president to make this point, but he has done so in a way that has been a little more blunt.
Trump has spoken about how Americans are being laid off at a much higher rate than they used to be.
The unemployment rate has remained relatively steady at 5.9 percent since late 2016, with the unemployment rate for the past three months at 4.9.
That number is much higher than the 5.5 percent that the unemployment figure for April would have suggested.
And it’s far higher than previous administrations have seen.
In fact, the U.S. Labor Department had projected that there would be 1.7 million fewer people working in the economy than there were in March of 2009, a time when the economy was in a tailspin.
The labor force is a measure of the population that is actively seeking work.
The Labor Department has said that the population is actually declining at a rate of 0.2 percent every month since March 2009.
But economists have long argued that the economy is slowing down and that there is no real evidence that the labor force has decreased.
The U.K.’s Office for National Statistics, which has a much lower unemployment rate, has also reported a decline in the labor participation rate for people 18 to 64.
And the U,S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the number of employed people has been falling since 2008.
The unemployment rate is the share of the laborforce that is working or looking for work.
It is the difference between the labor supply and the labor demand for each of the months of the year.
In a statement Thursday, the Labor Department said that because the UBS economic survey has been discontinued, the Bureau of Labour Statistics is no longer tracking the labor market.
It also noted that since the Ubs is no more, the number in the employment rate is no better, so it can’t be used as a measure.
It said that as of June 1, the labor labor force was 6.2 million higher than it would have been had the labor department not discontinued the survey.
The decline in labor force activity, the announcement said, was primarily driven by people dropping out of the workforce, who are unable to find work because of lack of income, as well as discouraged workers who have dropped out of seeking work due to job insecurity.
A number of the economists who worked on the report noted that there were other reasons why the labor share of employment had declined.
They pointed to an increase in people working part time, who have seen their wages drop, as a more likely cause of the decline in unemployment.
“If the unemployment increase continues, we are likely to see further declines in labor demand,” the authors of the report wrote.
“This could have serious economic consequences.”