By some measures, the U.S. economy is in the best shape it’s been in years.
While unemployment is still higher than it was at the end of the recession, the overall unemployment rate is at its lowest level in decades.
In fact, the unemployment rate has been declining steadily over the past year, with the number of Americans without jobs down for four straight months.
The government is keeping track of how many people are out of work, and the unemployment figure is still far below the levels seen in 2008 and 2009.
And it is even lower than the level seen during the Great Recession, when the unemployment total hit a staggering 5.7 million.
But the picture is far less rosy for employees.
At least according to a new report from the consulting firm McKinsey & the New York Times.
It looks at what employees are actually spending their salaries on and whether they’re being treated fairly, and finds that it’s not all that different than the average worker’s pay.
Here’s what you need to know about the U3 report: What’s the U1?
The U3 data are based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which is a branch of the U., U3, and U4 government agencies.
The U.3 figures are based largely on the payrolls of private companies, but the BLS data includes many more employees.
That means the total number of employees that the Bls have on hand is far more diverse than what the public would see in the official government reports.
The BLS doesn’t report how many workers are actually working, or the pay they make, but instead how many of them are actually taking a salary and how much of it goes to their health insurance, or their pensions, or some other form of pay.
The numbers McKinsey uses in its U3 reports aren’t officially published, but are derived from what the Blesseys and other private employers have reported to the Bs.
What does this mean?
In general, workers are spending far more of their wages on their health, retirement, and other benefits than they used to.
In 2014, for instance, about a quarter of all workers had 401(k) accounts, and about a third had 401k-style contributions.
In 2016, about two-thirds of all employees had such a plan, and more than a third of them had an IRA or other retirement plan.
As a result, McKinsey found that the U 3 report is a lot more accurate than the government reports, because it includes data on what workers actually spend on all kinds of items, such as housing, food, transportation, medical care, and so on.
It’s not just health care that has changed.
The cost of a home has also risen, and many Americans have lost their homes.
This makes it hard for many Americans to buy a home at the current low interest rates, and McKinsey estimates that many Americans will have to live in their cars for the rest of their lives.
But that hasn’t stopped some from trying to get out of their cars and into their homes, and that’s what the U2 data looks at.
What is the U4?
The McKinsey report looks at how much employees actually pay out of payroll and how they’re treated, but it doesn’t include other forms of compensation, such like bonuses and other perks.
That’s because they don’t have the data to do so, but McKinsey has estimated that more than 70% of workers have paid at least some of their salaries out of paychecks in the past two years.
Some workers might be making less than that.
For example, McKinney estimates that about half of U3 workers are earning $20,000 a year or less, while about a fifth earn more.
The other half are earning about $30,000, and nearly half earn $40,000.
This means that even if a worker makes $40 million a year, it would still be hard for them to afford the cost of raising a family on a $20-a-year wage.
McKinsey also found that most U4 workers are making more than that, with about 20% making more in 2015 than they did in 2012.
That suggests that workers are working harder, with many of those workers being in the lowest income brackets.
The number of U4s earning more than $40K has increased from 18% to 30% over the same time period, while those earning less than $30K has dropped from 25% to 18%.
What does that mean for the U, U3 and U5 figures?
In 2014 and 2015, the government reported that about a fourth of all U3 employees were earning more that $30M a year.
McKinley estimates that those numbers have actually increased by about 25% over those two years, and by about another 30% since 2012.
McKinseys figures also show that the