The data is mixed and often confusing.
It’s hard to determine which areas are “robust” and which are “trending,” because many factors can influence the two.
But it’s also difficult to say which industries are growing and which aren’t.
And it’s not always clear what economic indicators have the most weight.
The economic outlook The number one factor that affects the economy: Employment growth.
This is the most important indicator, as it indicates how many jobs the economy has created.
A negative number indicates that employment is slowing.
The economic growth rate is the percentage of total employment the economy created since the beginning of the year.
Unemployment is a better indicator of whether the economy’s health is improving.
The jobless rate is a measure of whether or not Americans are out of work.
The economy has grown over the past six months, but that growth rate has been weaker than the average of the previous six months.
In recent months, the economy hasn’t grown very quickly.
Unemployment has been rising, which means that the jobless population is rising, as well.
The unemployment rate is one of the best indicators of whether Americans are working or not, because the job market can’t keep up with demand for goods and services.
A strong job market is good for consumers and businesses, but businesses aren’t doing a great job filling their positions.
This means that there’s a lot of empty inventory and a lot less investment.
This can also mean that businesses aren