As we reported on Wednesday, the Obama administration has announced plans to shut down over a million jobs in 2018, and will continue to do so through 2022, with an expected total loss of more than 1 million jobs, with a higher number of workers affected by this shutdown.
These jobs were mostly low-skill positions, mostly in retail, but also in other fields.
The administration has also been forced to slash over 20,000 government jobs in order to keep up with the demand for those jobs.
It’s a big job loss and a massive blow to the economy, with many people in the US looking for new jobs.
The government shutdown has been the largest single economic blow to a president in decades.
But it’s not the only one.
The economy has been struggling in 2017, with the jobless rate at 11.9 percent, with some economists estimating that it could be as high as 17 percent by the end of the year.
But with the shutdown, the unemployment rate has gone from 8.7 percent in August to 8.3 percent today, and that’s in a country that is still recovering from the Great Recession.
This has been a big drag on the economy as well.
The Congressional Budget Office has estimated that the government shutdown will reduce the GDP by $2.5 trillion, or 3.7 percentage points, over the next four years.
That’s a huge amount of money.
The effects of this have been felt around the world.
On Thursday, the United Kingdom’s government reported that it had lost over 800,000 jobs, which is the second-highest loss in the country.
The UK’s unemployment rate hit 13.6 percent in May of 2018, a level that has not been seen since the early 1990s.
And in France, unemployment has gone up from 6.9 to 13.3 percentage points in the past year, and the number of unemployed in the region hit a record high in January.
In the US, the jobs loss has been especially noticeable in manufacturing, which was the largest sector of the economy in 2017.
In fact, it is the single largest sector in the economy.
The manufacturing sector is responsible for roughly half of the jobs lost in the United States.
And yet, despite this, the US has not seen a mass loss of manufacturing jobs.
And that is a sign that the Trump administration is working on some kind of policy that will boost the economy by boosting jobs in manufacturing.
But if that doesn’t work out, it could make things worse.
The biggest reason for this is the massive increase in the unemployment of the US over the past decade, which has been so massive that the unemployment numbers are actually very misleading.
The unemployment rate for Americans is much lower than it was during the Great Depression, which peaked in 1932.
In 1929, the number was 8.6.
Today, it’s 11.7.
So what’s the cause of this?
We know that the economic boom that took place during the late 1980s was caused by a massive expansion of the labor force in the post-war years, as well as the rise in the productivity of workers.
These were both of the types of economic policies that were associated with an explosion in the labor market, as the baby boomers got older and entered their golden years.
The boom was associated with the introduction of government programs to encourage people to get jobs, such as the National Labor Relations Act.
But these policies were also accompanied by massive growth in the stock market, which boosted the purchasing power of people’s purchasing power.
The bubble that developed around the stock markets also coincided with a boom in the housing market, and as a result, housing prices soared.
These policies helped keep the economy growing, which led to a huge increase in stock prices.
The stock market also helped fuel the housing boom, and a boom was also built around the government.
The housing boom has been one of the reasons that we’ve been able to continue to grow in GDP for the last seven years, despite the fact that the economy has continued to shrink in real terms.
In this period, the stock price of companies in the S&P 500 has gone through several bubbles, and all of them have failed, leading to a decline in the economic activity.
So this is another indication that the stock bubble is just not as big as it used to be.
If you think about it, the big companies are still buying up huge amounts of stock in the market.
So it doesn’t make sense for the stock to be soaring.
And the fact is, these bubbles have failed.
The US has never seen such a big increase in unemployment as it has seen this year, even though unemployment has remained at a very low level.
The result is that the US economy has slowed down in 2017 as the country’s economy continues to slow down, with growth coming to a standstill.
That has been an especially hard hit on