When the economy really hurts, what to do?

When the economic downturn began, it was tough to keep a job.

The unemployment rate climbed to 10.6% in December from 7.8% in October, and the unemployment rate for Americans in December fell to 8.9% from 9.2%.

The number of Americans looking for work plunged by 11.3% from December to January, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

It’s no coincidence that the unemployment rates for African-Americans and Hispanics were much higher than for whites and Asians.

But the economy is changing, and it is not as if the American middle class is being hit.

The average household income for Americans has grown by about 5% since 2009.

The number who earn more than $100,000 a year, by contrast, has dropped by nearly 40% since 2000.

This trend has led to a boom in the number of restaurants, bars and restaurants-like restaurants-as-restaurants, or food trucks.

And it is happening as the number in restaurants-for-hire, or restaurants-in-a-park, has surged by nearly 2,000 since 2013.

These are jobs that are becoming a more common occurrence in communities around the country, particularly in rural areas.

“The growth is not limited to the coasts.

This is really just an emerging industry,” said Sarah Kallman, director of the Center for Rural Economic Development at Cornell University.

“There is an explosion in the rural areas.”

This new job market is also pushing back against the recession’s impact.

In fact, it has actually contributed to the recovery.

While the economy shrank in the wake of the financial crisis, the unemployment percentage among Americans aged 25 to 34 fell by 2.3 percentage points from January to February, according the Bureau the Bureau’s Economic Indicators.

The drop came even as the economy grew by 2% in March.

That is partly because the number that is looking for a job in the economy has increased, the BLS noted.

For example, the number who are looking for jobs in the food service sector increased by more than 6% from January 2013 to February 2016.

The job market also has helped to keep the economy afloat.

As of June, the Bureau has counted about 2.4 million jobs added since March 2013, more than in any month since 2009, when the recession officially ended.

A new report released by the Economic Policy Institute in June shows that jobs in food service, retail and manufacturing jobs are growing faster than those in construction, construction and manufacturing.

This report highlights the growth in jobs in manufacturing and construction in areas where jobs have disappeared in the recession.

According to the EPI, manufacturing employment grew by more in May than it did in any other month since the start of the recession in December 2007.

And the number-of-job-creators for manufacturing rose to more than 200,000 for the first time in April.

In addition, manufacturing has seen an increase in the average hourly wage for hourly workers in construction.

This means that the average wage in this industry has been growing faster during the recession than it was before the recession began.

According the EPEI, this growth has contributed to a stronger recovery and is helping to keep people employed.

It is not only the job market that is contributing to the economy.

According a report released in June by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, manufacturing jobs accounted for about 1.6 million jobs in May.

The report noted that manufacturing accounted for nearly 40,000 jobs in New York and the Northeast.

The manufacturing jobs that have increased in May have been in manufacturing jobs for the last three months, according a report by the New York Fed.

This suggests that manufacturing has added at least 200,00 jobs since the beginning of the year.

The economy has also grown by an estimated 1.3 million jobs since mid-February.

This has also helped the economy in the manufacturing industry, as the report found that manufacturing employed nearly 8 million people in May, nearly double the number employed in June of the same month.

This number of manufacturing jobs is almost double the 3 million jobs created by the manufacturing sector in the prior six months.

The U.S. is also on the verge of a new normal for food production.

According To The Economist, U.K.-based Aldi recently announced plans to create at least 1 million new jobs over the next five years.

Aldi has plans to add 1.4m more jobs by 2021.

It has also announced plans for a new factory in New Mexico, which will be the largest manufacturing facility in the world.

Aldis plan is part of a broader plan by the global supermarket chain to create up to 20,000 new jobs by 2020.

The company is planning to open new stores in Europe, Japan and South Korea, with more locations in the U.A.E., Japan and Brazil.

As these and other food-related job opportunities open up, Americans are also finding ways to support