The U.S. is on track to build about 3 million new jobs by 2025, according to the Labor Department, and it has been on track for that for a while.
The country has been adding jobs every month since April.
But the country is not only seeing its job numbers rise.
It is also seeing a new surge of young people joining the workforce.
The latest numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that nearly 6.5 million people are 25 and under and nearly 2.2 million are between 25 and 34.
This is an increase of nearly 25 percent over the last year.
These numbers come as the country faces a labor shortage.
About a quarter of the new jobs created since January came in the past 12 months.
This means that we have had a lot of new people coming into the workforce that were not previously in the workforce, according in the new report by the Bureau.
And the growth has been uneven.
The unemployment rate for young adults is at 7.1 percent, down from 7.4 percent in January.
But it is still higher than the national average.
And there are more people entering the workforce than there are jobs.
About 22.3 million people aged 25 to 34 are employed, compared to 17.6 million employed by young adults.
That’s a difference of almost 13 million people.
There are also many young people in jobs that don’t require a college degree.
More than half of all jobs are now in the “other” category.
But in order to get those jobs, many of them must have at least a bachelor’s degree, and many of these jobs also require a high school diploma.
More than one in three young people, 37.5 percent, are working part time, according the report.
This compares to 25 percent in 2012, and 25 percent the year before.
That means that more people are working from home than at home.
The economy has also been on a rapid growth path, with the economy expanding at an annual rate of 3.4 percentage points, up from 3.1 points a year ago.
This growth rate was a significant improvement from the 3.2 percent pace in 2017.
But the number of jobs added has been declining.
In April, there were 4.7 million more jobs than in March.
The Bureau expects that to continue.
And the number who have lost their jobs in the last 12 months has more than doubled.
In addition, the number that have been added in the labor force has been growing steadily over the past year.
But as the economy has been expanding, so has the number working full-time.
In the first quarter of 2019, there was a total of 12.2 jobs added for every 100 people who were working full time.
But this is a very low number compared to other years, which have seen an average of 19.5 jobs added per 100,000 people.