Saturday, September 6, 2008

Historical Unemployment Data



The U.S. unemployment rate between 1948 and 2012.


U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

2010-2016

YEAR2010201120122013201420152016
Jan9.79.08.3----
Feb9.78.98.3----
Mar9.78.88.2----
Apr9.89.08.1----
May9.69.18.2----
Jun9.59.28.2----
Jul9.59.18.3----
Aug9.69.18.1----
Sep9.69.1-----
Oct9.79.0-----
Nov9.88.6-----
Dec9.48.5-----
These data are seasonally adjusted in order to account for cyclical hiring differences that do not reflect changes in the overall economy.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.


U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

2003-2009

YEAR2003200420052006200720082009
Jan5.85.75.34.74.65.07.7
Feb5.95.65.44.84.54.88.2
Mar5.95.85.24.74.45.18.6
Apr6.05.65.24.74.55.08.9
May6.15.65.14.64.45.49.4
Jun6.35.65.04.64.65.59.5
Jul6.25.55.04.74.65.89.4
Aug6.15.44.94.74.66.19.7
Sep6.15.45.04.54.76.29.8
Oct6.05.55.04.44.76.610.1
Nov5.85.45.04.54.76.910.0
Dec5.75.44.94.45.07.410.0
These data are seasonally adjusted in order to account for cyclical hiring differences that do not reflect changes in the overall economy.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.


U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

1997-2003

YEAR1997199819992000200120022003
Jan5.34.64.34.04.25.75.8
Feb5.24.64.44.14.25.75.9
Mar5.24.74.24.04.35.75.9
Apr5.14.34.33.84.45.96.0
May4.94.44.24.04.35.86.1
Jun5.04.54.34.04.55.86.3
Jul4.94.54.34.04.65.86.2
Aug4.84.54.24.14.95.76.1
Sep4.94.64.23.95.05.76.1
Oct4.74.54.13.95.35.76.0
Nov4.64.44.13.95.55.95.8
Dec4.74.44.03.95.76.05.7

These data are seasonally adjusted in order to account for cyclical hiring differences that do not reflect changes in the overall economy.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.


U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

1990-1996

YEAR1990199119921993199419951996
Jan5.46.47.37.36.65.65.6
Feb5.36.67.47.16.65.45.5
Mar5.26.87.47.06.55.45.5
Apr5.46.77.47.16.45.85.6
May5.46.97.67.16.15.65.6
Jun5.26.97.87.06.15.65.3
Jul5.56.87.76.96.15.75.5
Aug5.76.97.66.86.05.75.1
Sep5.96.97.66.75.95.65.2
Oct5.97.07.36.85.85.55.2
Nov6.27.07.46.65.65.65.4
Dec6.37.37.46.55.55.65.4

These data are seasonally adjusted in order to account for cyclical hiring differences that do not reflect changes in the overall economy.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.



U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

1983-1989

YEAR1983198419851986198719881989
Jan10.48.07.36.76.65.75.4
Feb10.47.87.27.26.65.75.2
Mar10.37.87.27.26.65.75.0
Apr10.27.77.37.16.35.45.2
May10.17.47.27.26.35.65.2
Jun10.17.27.47.26.25.45.3
Jul9.47.57.47.06.15.45.2
Aug9.57.57.16.96.05.65.2
Sep9.27.37.17.05.95.45.3
Oct8.87.47.17.06.05.45.3
Nov8.57.27.06.95.85.35.4
Dec8.37.37.06.65.75.35.4

These data are seasonally adjusted in order to account for cyclical hiring differences that do not reflect changes in the overall economy.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.



U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

1976-1982

YEAR1976197719781979198019811982
Jan7.97.56.45.96.37.58.6
Feb7.77.66.35.96.37.48.9
Mar7.67.46.35.86.37.49.0
Apr7.77.26.15.86.97.29.3
May7.47.06.05.67.57.59.4
Jun7.67.25.95.77.67.59.6
Jul7.86.96.25.77.87.29.8
Aug7.87.05.96.07.77.49.8
Sep7.66.86.05.97.57.610.1
Oct7.76.85.86.07.57.910.4
Nov7.86.85.95.97.58.310.8
Dec7.86.46.06.07.28.510.8

These data are seasonally adjusted in order to account for cyclical hiring differences that do not reflect changes in the overall economy.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.



U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

1969-1975

YEAR1969197019711972197319741975
Jan3.43.95.95.84.95.18.1
Feb3.44.25.95.75.05.28.1
Mar3.44.46.05.84.95.18.6
Apr3.44.65.95.75.05.18.8
May3.44.85.95.74.95.19.0
Jun3.54.95.95.74.95.48.8
Jul3.55.06.05.64.85.58.6
Aug3.55.16.15.64.85.58.4
Sep3.75.46.05.54.85.98.4
Oct3.75.55.85.64.66.08.4
Nov3.55.96.05.34.86.68.3
Dec3.56.16.05.24.97.28.2

These data are seasonally adjusted in order to account for cyclical hiring differences that do not reflect changes in the overall economy.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.


U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

1962-1968

YEAR1962196319641965196619671968
Jan5.85.75.64.94.03.93.7
Feb5.55.95.45.13.83.83.8
Mar5.65.75.44.73.83.83.7
Apr5.65.75.34.83.83.83.5
May5.55.95.14.63.93.83.5
Jun5.55.65.24.63.83.93.7
Jul5.45.64.94.43.83.83.7
Aug5.75.45.04.43.83.83.5
Sep5.65.55.14.33.73.83.4
Oct5.45.55.14.23.74.03.4
Nov5.75.74.84.13.63.93.4
Dec5.55.55.04.03.83.83.4

These data are seasonally adjusted in order to account for cyclical hiring differences that do not reflect changes in the overall economy.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.



U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

1955-1961

YEAR1955195619571958195919601961
Jan4.94.04.25.86.05.26.6
Feb4.73.93.96.45.94.86.9
Mar4.64.23.76.75.65.46.9
Apr4.74.03.97.45.25.27.0
May4.34.34.17.45.15.17.1
Jun4.24.34.37.35.05.46.9
Jul4.04.44.27.55.15.57.0
Aug4.24.14.17.45.25.66.6
Sep4.13.94.47.15.55.56.7
Oct4.33.94.56.75.76.16.5
Nov4.24.35.16.25.86.16.1
Dec4.24.25.26.25.36.66.0

These data are seasonally adjusted in order to account for cyclical hiring differences that do not reflect changes in the overall economy.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.



U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

1948-1954

YEAR1948194919501951195219531954
Jan3.44.36.53.73.22.94.9
Feb3.84.76.43.43.12.65.2
Mar4.05.06.33.42.92.65.7
Apr3.95.35.83.12.92.75.9
May3.56.15.53.03.02.55.9
Jun3.66.25.43.23.02.55.6
Jul3.66.75.03.13.22.65.8
Aug3.96.84.53.13.42.76.0
Sep3.86.64.43.33.12.96.1
Oct3.77.94.23.53.03.15.7
Nov3.86.44.23.52.83.55.3
Dec4.06.64.33.12.74.55.0
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.

These data are seasonally adjusted in order to account for cyclical hiring differences that do not reflect changes in the overall economy.

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