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Can you spot the recovery? (graph)

from Edward Fullbrook

United States Employment-Population Ratio
http://data.bls.gov/timeseries/LNS12300000
Data extracted on: August 2, 2012 (4:39:26 AM)
 
 

 

USA Labor Force Statistics from the Current Population Survey

Year

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Annual

2002

62.7

63.0

62.8

62.7

62.9

62.7

62.7

62.7

63.0

62.7

62.5

62.4

 
2003

62.5

62.5

62.4

62.4

62.3

62.3

62.1

62.1

62.0

62.1

62.3

62.2

 
2004

62.3

62.3

62.2

62.3

62.3

62.4

62.5

62.4

62.3

62.3

62.5

62.4

 
2005

62.4

62.4

62.4

62.7

62.8

62.7

62.8

62.9

62.8

62.8

62.7

62.8

 
2006

62.9

63.0

63.1

63.0

63.1

63.1

63.0

63.1

63.1

63.3

63.3

63.4

 
2007

63.3

63.3

63.3

63.0

63.0

63.0

62.9

62.7

62.9

62.7

62.9

62.7

 
2008

62.9

62.8

62.7

62.7

62.5

62.4

62.2

62.0

61.9

61.7

61.4

61.0

 
2009

60.6

60.3

59.9

59.8

59.6

59.4

59.3

59.1

58.7

58.5

58.5

58.2

 
2010

58.5

58.5

58.5

58.7

58.7

58.5

58.5

58.5

58.5

58.3

58.2

58.3

 
2011

58.4

58.4

58.5

58.4

58.4

58.2

58.2

58.3

58.4

58.4

58.5

58.5

 
2012

58.5

58.6

58.5

58.4

58.6

58.6

             

Series Id: LNS12300000 Seasonally AdjustedSeries title: (Seas) Employment-Population Ratio Labor force status: Employment-population ratio Type of data: Percent or rate Age: 16 years and over

  1. August 2, 2012 at 2:03 pm

    Reblogged this on Mayo Toruño's Study.

  2. August 3, 2012 at 4:20 pm

    The employment / population ratio fell in July to 58.4. That is only .2 off the lowest figure since the beginning of the downturn.

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