Kids are joining the American economy, joining the ranks of those who are paid to work, in the workplace, and are helping us find good jobs.
The number of people aged 18 to 64 working in America has more than doubled in the last 10 years, and now makes up a third of all full-time workers.
They are the fastest growing generation in the workforce.
In the last decade, the average American aged 18 and older has taken on a new job, with a median wage of $41,600.
These young people have been part of the workforce for decades.
And yet, they are not doing much to make up the lost ground.
It’s not just teenagers who are taking part in this new economy, and it’s not a young workforce that’s suffering from the effects of the recession.
The jobs lost to automation are the young.
In the last year alone, 3.5 million jobs were lost, a 25 per cent increase on 2010, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
They lost 3.6 million manufacturing jobs, a 30 per cent jump.
They have lost more than 100,000 office and administrative positions.
And they lost a whopping 9 million skilled trades positions.
As of March 2016, there were 2.5million Americans aged 18-64 in the labor force, a figure that is expected to grow to 3.3 million by 2020, according the Bureau.
More and more of these young people are being displaced.
In 2016, a report by the National Employment Law Project found that over the last three years, the number of job openings for Americans aged 16-24 dropped by 50 per cent.
They added that since 2010, the unemployment rate for Americans of that age has dropped from 8.5 per cent to 5.9 per cent, a trend that was exacerbated by the economic downturn.
And according to an analysis by the Urban Institute, the economic impact of the youth unemployment crisis was nearly twice the cost to the federal government.
According to the report, the loss of jobs due to automation is being felt by Americans of all ages.
The unemployment rate among Americans aged between 16 and 24 increased from 7.5 to 8.1 per cent from 2010 to 2016, according an analysis from the Economic Policy Institute.
That said, a recent report by Pew Research Center found that more Americans of any age are now out of work.
The median income for Americans under the age of 50 is now $30,600, according a report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
And more Americans are still on the job than they were five years ago.
A whopping 11.5m Americans were either unemployed or underemployed, according it.
A quarter of them were out of the labor market.
The US economy has been on the mend for a decade, thanks in large part to the recession that hit the US in 2007-2009.
But a number of things are changing in America’s economy.
The recession has helped fuel a new wave of young people, many of whom are taking on jobs at a much higher rate than in the past.
The unemployment rate in the US has dropped to 5 per cent in the most recent jobs report, but the number who are working has actually grown.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis found that the total number of full- and part-time jobs has increased by 5.3 per cent since 2007, and the number employed has risen by 1.9 percentage points.
With fewer young people working, the federal budget deficit is expected by 2020 to fall to $10.6 billion, down from $17.5 billion in 2016, which is the most since 2010.
At the same time, young people in the country are taking more time off work to study, as a way to avoid the high cost of childcare and housing.
The trend in American employment is a phenomenon that is not unique to America.
Around the world, the same trend is occurring.
This is not a crisis, but a phenomenon.
Many countries around the world have been experiencing job loss and underemia for decades, but in the United States, the economy has never recovered.
For more on the world’s economic crisis, watch:The jobs lost in America in the recession were mainly the ones lost through attrition and attrition.
In other words, the workers who left work or were laid off in the boom years were the ones who were replaced by people who joined the workforce, who then took on new jobs.
If you’re an American, you’re part of this problem.
Some of the people who are unemployed today are the ones that started the jobless trend in the first place.
While many of us might see this as a tragedy, for millions of Americans, this is a good thing.
In fact, this jobless situation is a positive thing.
It allows the economy to grow and create