The United States is on track to lose more than 3.4 million jobs in the next five years, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
The number of Americans with jobs is expected to drop by over 7 percent over the same period, and by nearly 7 percent if the trend continues, according the report released Thursday.
That is a far cry from what President Donald Trump has promised during his campaign.
However, with an economy that is expected have a “record high unemployment rate” and a rising number of people without a job, the new numbers could be a major setback to his presidency.
The U.K. has lost almost 2 million jobs since the Brexit vote and China has shed 2 million.
A majority of those jobs will be lost to automation.
The numbers released Thursday are just a snapshot of the U-shaped economy.
It is unclear how many jobs are at risk and how many are expected to be lost as the economy continues to recover.
The BLS reports only a rough picture of the overall U-shape, and analysts have been warning that the country will have a tough time recovering.
While the numbers are alarming, they do not provide any answers as to what the future might hold.
The job losses and economic downturns are the result of an economy in which the number of jobs has plummeted to a historically low level.
There are currently 2.2 million people with jobs, down from 2.6 million before the Brexit and 2.8 million before Trump took office.
In other words, there are more than two million people in the U and the unemployment rate is already high.
That has led to a decline in the number working full time, meaning people who are looking for full-time work.
As of June 30, there were nearly 1.2 billion Americans living with no work.
The unemployment rate has increased since Trump’s election.
The number working part-time has also increased, from 1.3 percent in April to 2.1 percent in June.
That increase comes as a result of the economic downturn, but it is also due to the decline in full- and part- time jobs.
The drop in jobs is also partially due to new technology.
More than half of all jobs in America are currently automated, meaning that the majority of workers have to rely on a smartphone or other computer to do their job.
A lot of people are not employed at all because they are either not available, are sick or otherwise unable to work.
Many people who do have jobs are employed at lower pay and at lower hours.
According to the BLS, more than half (51 percent) of Americans work for themselves, which is down from 52 percent in 2015.
According a recent study, nearly two thirds of American workers have a job but are not looking for one.
A significant number of American people do not work because they do have a full- or part-day job.
Those who do work are typically part-timers who are typically working part time for less than 40 hours a week.
The American people are also losing more and more of their jobs due to automation, which means that fewer and fewer people are being hired and promoted.
That means that the job market for low-wage workers is not as tight as it was five or six years ago.
It also means that those people who still have jobs can no longer afford to leave them and are likely to stay.
The loss of jobs is likely to have a ripple effect on the economy, with higher taxes and increased borrowing for infrastructure projects.
The recession was also a major factor in the loss of many jobs.
When unemployment rates were high, Americans were often reluctant to borrow money and to invest, which resulted in higher unemployment.
But as unemployment has fallen and many Americans have started to find jobs again, the U has seen a rise in the amount of borrowing and interest rates.
That will mean that the U will be borrowing more for infrastructure, which will increase the cost of living for all Americans.
And as the recession continues, the federal government is taking more and further out of the pockets of those who are struggling.
This will likely cause the U to experience further economic hardship.
If the BSL’s numbers continue to be accurate, the American economy will continue to shrink as a whole.
The recent job losses in the United States have resulted in the largest drop in the unemployment numbers for the entire world, according of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE).
As the unemployment number continues to drop, the ECE estimates that the global economy will shrink by a further 8.5 percent in 2019.
And the global economic contraction is expected as a direct result of this year’s economic downturn.
The United Kingdom will have the most job losses of any country on the planet, according an estimate released Thursday by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).
It is expected that by the end of the year, Britain