It may be too early to say this is the year that the U.S. economy finally recovers from the Great Recession, but the numbers are beginning to look like they could be on the verge of being there.
And some Americans are not happy about it.
For example, it was reported this week that the Federal Reserve has cut interest rates in half in an effort to revive the economy, but some of the Fed’s biggest supporters say they are worried that the central bank is not acting to slow the economy.
And one of the biggest questions that many Americans have is: What can I do to get a job?
It may sound like a simple question, but in the last couple of weeks we’ve seen a lot of interest in jobs.
There’s a lot more interest than we had in a couple of years, and it’s going to get more attention than we have in the past.
The number of people who applied for jobs in July jumped to an all-time high of 5 million, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
It’s a new record, and we know that Americans are hungry for work.
The jobless rate was 5.1 percent in July.
But some are worried about what the Fed is doing to revive economic growth.
The central bank’s rate cuts this week and its announcement on Wednesday that it is going to cut its benchmark interest rate are both a sign that the Fed might be doing something, some say, to ease the pressure on the economy and get some relief.
The Fed is supposed to be neutral and do what it can to help the economy with inflation, but economists say the Fed has already begun easing and the number of Americans looking for work has risen dramatically in the first two months of the year.
The rise in unemployment is a sign, some of them say, that the economic recovery is slowing, and that Americans want more help.
“It’s a little scary, because I think that the economy is slowing down,” said Kevin Madden, a senior fellow at the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, D.C. “But I think we’re just not ready for that to happen.
I think people are just not willing to take a chance that it’s just going to be a slow recovery.”
The unemployment rate has been dropping lately, but it’s still well above 10 percent.
But it’s a different story when you take into account the number who have been out of work for two months or more.
For instance, the U-6 unemployment rate was 4.8 percent in January.
Now, the number that has been out is 2.9 percent.
That is a huge difference.
People have gotten out of the workforce for months or years and are now looking for jobs, and the jobless rates are up and rising.
It seems like the Fed could be trying to push some jobs back into the economy through monetary policy.
But that doesn’t necessarily mean it will do that.
Many economists think the Fed should be targeting the job market more aggressively, especially when it comes to hiring.
It has been cutting interest rates and increasing its purchases of mortgage-backed securities (MBS), a type of debt that is usually backed by a mortgage, as part of efforts to revive job growth.
This is the same kind of policy that has led to the Great Depression.
In the Great Crash, the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which was created by Congress in 1933 to help finance the government’s public housing program, used its power to buy up lots of bonds to finance the mortgages of homeowners who could not afford to pay down their mortgages.
This created a bubble, which then burst when the economy was in recession.
But many economists think that this kind of Fed policy could be more effective if it is targeting the labor market and making sure that employers can find people willing to work.
“We have to be careful with the timing of monetary policy because if we’re targeting the jobs market then it makes it more difficult to target inflation and inflation expectations,” said David Autor, a professor at the University of Maryland.
“There’s an argument to be made that we could do that with a smaller rate cut, but we’d be adding to the risk of inflation and the risks associated with deflation.”
Autor says that he thinks that the federal government should target the labor markets more aggressively and get more people to work, but he says that the job-creation measures of the last few years are not enough to get people back to work as fast as the Fed wants.
“If the Fed does target the jobs sector, the Fed would have to make it much more aggressive in the economy to get the jobs back in the jobs,” he said.
In fact, it has already done some of that.
In January, the federal central bank cut its overnight rate by $100 billion to $35 billion.
But a lot has changed since then, including the fact that