May 8, 2018
By: Jack Nelson, JLL
Last week we learned big news: unemployment in the U.S. dipped below 4 percent for the first time since 2000. Now at 3.9 percent, the jobless rate is reaching historically low levels. Unemployment was lower during the Korean War and even dipped as low as 1.2 percent during WWII, but 3.9 percent is a significant figure for peacetime.
“The low labor participation rate in the U.S., even while… Read More