United States Unemployment rate

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United States Unemployment rate: 4.1 (2.5%)
Last Update: June 30, 2024

United States Unemployment rate closed down 4.1 as of June 30, 2024 from 4 from the previous month and 3.6 from last year.

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United States Unemployment rate

2024-06-30 4.1
2024-05-31 4
2024-04-30 3.9
2024-03-31 3.8
2024-02-29 3.9
2024-01-31 3.7
2023-12-31 3.7
2023-11-30 3.7
2023-10-31 3.8
2023-09-30 3.8
2023-08-31 3.8
2023-07-31 3.5
2023-06-30 3.6
2023-05-31 3.7
2023-04-30 3.4
2023-03-31 3.5
2023-02-28 3.6
2023-01-31 3.4
2022-12-31 3.5
2022-11-30 3.6
2022-10-31 3.7
2022-09-30 3.5
2022-08-31 3.7
2022-07-31 3.5

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United States Unemployment rate Historical Data

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What is the United States Unemployment rate

The United States unemployment rate is a key economic indicator that measures the percentage of individuals in the labor force who are actively seeking employment but are unable to find work. A low unemployment rate typically indicates a strong economy with ample job opportunities, while a high unemployment rate can signal economic distress and lack of job growth. Policymakers and economists closely monitor the unemployment rate to assess the health of the economy and make decisions on monetary and fiscal policies to stimulate job creation and reduce unemployment. Additionally, the unemployment rate is often used to gauge the overall well-being of the population and can influence consumer confidence and spending patterns.