Alabama is one of four states that have a large population of low-wage workers and, in a move to cut back on labor shortages, is also among the states that has the lowest unemployment rate.
The other two states with the highest rates of unemployment are North Carolina and Tennessee.
Alabama’s unemployment rate has remained steady since 2009, at 4.8 percent.
According to the latest available data from the Alabama Department of Labor and Industries, Alabama’s unemployment rates are the lowest of any state in the country.
According to the Alabama Labor Department, the Alabama labor force is about 65.5 percent white and about 28 percent black.
The rest of the state is 25.6 percent white, 16.7 percent black, and 4.7 million Hispanics.
The unemployment rate is more than twice the national rate of 3.9 percent.
In 2011, the state had a 4.5-percent unemployment rate and the unemployment rate for the white population was 12.4 percent.
The state unemployment rate in 2010 was 6.1 percent.
Alabama is also the only state in Alabama with a low unemployment rate when comparing it to other states.
The highest unemployment rate was in 2012, at 8.3 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
According the Alabama Legislative Audit Commission, the unemployment for workers age 16 to 24 was 3.4 percentage points higher in Alabama in 2011 than in the same year of 2010.
Alabama had the lowest percentage of non-college-educated workers with unemployment at 3.2 percent.
The state has also been one of the states with a high number of part-time workers.
According the Alabama Bureau of Economic Analysis, part-timers are more likely to be in the workforce because they earn less than full-time employees.
In 2011, there were 1.6 million part- time workers.
The total number of full- time jobs in the state was about 4.3 million, according the Alabama Economic Opportunity Commission.
The number of workers in part– time status in the entire state in 2011 was about 6.2 million.
The Alabama Legislative Fiscal Agency reported that in 2011, Alabama had $5.6 billion in unfunded liabilities.
In comparison, the states total unfunds were about $9.6 trillion and $7.6, respectively.
According a 2010 report from the National Employment Law Project, the average annual wage of full time, year-round workers in Alabama was $20,000 in 2015, $21,600 in 2016, and $23,400 in 2017.
In 2018, Alabama paid full- and part-year workers a median wage of $27,900.
The Economic Policy Institute has estimated that Alabama would have $16 billion in net income if the state were a fully participating member of the EPI’s economic growth index.
The most common reasons employers cite for reducing workers’ hours include the increase in the cost of health care, a shortage of qualified labor and the inability to find qualified workers to fill job openings.
In 2014, the Institute for Labor Economics and Policy found that Alabama’s workforce was more likely than the national average to be unemployed and to be underemployed, with underemicreating workers having been out of work for at least two months.
According an April 2016 study from the Economic Policy and Research Institute, the highest number of underemoposed workers in the United States are women, ages 16 to 49, who are employed full time and working part time.
They are also disproportionately unemployed.
Women are more than five times as likely as men to be employed part time and underembedded.
In Alabama, for example, one in five women are underemetered, and nearly one in four are employed part- or full-hours.
While Alabama has been able to find a balance between the needs of the workforce and the needs and desires of its residents, it has been criticized for not increasing its minimum wage.
The Employment Policies Institute of Alabama found that the minimum wage for Alabama’s non-union employees is $9 per hour, a rate higher than the federal minimum wage of which Alabama is a member.
The minimum wage in Mississippi is $7 per hour.
Alabama has a $2.65 per hour wage floor, which is more in line with that of most states.
Alabama has the third-highest minimum wage floor in the nation, according an analysis from the Center for American Progress.
The Institute for Policy Studies found that $15 per hour is the minimum minimum wage that employers in the states of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Michigan should pay.
Alabama had the third highest state minimum wage among all states, according a recent report from a group called the National Center for Policy Analysis.
The minimum wage is a key measure for employers in many industries.
According a report from Moody’s Analytics, Alabama was one of 17 states with an unemployment rate of 10 percent or higher.
The report also found that in the first six months of the year, Alabama employers lost jobs at a rate of 5.9 million