‘Trying to find a job’: Two college students try to find work on Craigslist

It’s almost September, and the weather is looking nice.

In fact, it’s looking pretty good, and that means a lot to me.

I’ve been in a job hunt for a year, and I’ve got my sights set on getting into a few positions in a few different companies, so I’m just excited to start. 

But now I’m getting the feeling that I’m not alone in my pursuit.

For some of us, it can feel like we’re not doing enough.

And we’ve got a few reasons for that.

First, the economy has been hard for a long time, and unemployment has been steadily increasing. 

It’s not surprising that the unemployment rate has been rising.

It’s not that we don’t have a lot of people looking for work, it just doesn’t seem to be picking up in the way we’d like.

Second, the labor market has changed in recent years.

The labor market is not just for those looking to work, but also those looking for part-time work, and even people looking to stay home with a family member.

The last couple of years, the job market has been improving, and with that, there are lots of opportunities for people to find jobs.

The problem is that most of us don’t want to spend a ton of time looking for a job, because we don-t know what we’re going to be able to find.

Third, there’s no guarantee that there will be a job to be found.

There are plenty of jobs available, but we’re just not sure what the best ones are right now.

Fourth, many of us have experienced a huge drop in our paychecks over the past few years.

It makes it seem like it’s just too late to get back on track, but it’s not.

Fifth, we’re all living in a precarious economic situation.

Some of us are paying off student loans or are making big salaries, but many of the folks who are in these precarious jobs don’t know how long they can continue working at these low wages, and they might not even be able find a new one until next year.

And it’s time for all of us to start looking for more than a job.

Because if we all look at what’s going on, it might make us realize that we need to find better ways to get by.

Here’s what you need to know about unemployment:1.

Unemployment has fallen in every state since 2007.2.

Since 2009, the percentage of people unemployed has fallen from a high of 8.6 percent to 4.7 percent.3.

The unemployment rate for those ages 18 to 64 declined from 15.3 percent in 2012 to 10.9 percent in 2016.4.

In 2015, the number of Americans without a job declined from 12.3 million to 10 million.5.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 1.3 unemployed Americans in the United States in October.6.

In November, the unemployment gap between those ages 16 and 24 widened to 7.9 million.7.

In 2016, the total number of people in the labor force increased by 4.3 percentage points, and people ages 65 and over increased by 2.9 percentage points.8.

The total number working in the U.S. increased by 9.2 million in the third quarter of 2016.9.

In October, unemployment among 16- to 24-year-olds was 7.2 percent.10.

The percentage of the population that was unemployed in October was 17.4 percent.11.

In January, 1.7 million people were working part-timers.

In March, it was 1.4 million.12.

Since the beginning of the year, 3.1 million people have been counted as “unemployed.”

The unemployment gap in October between those who were working full-time and those who weren’t has increased from 0.8 to 1.1 percent.13.

Since August, the U-6 unemployment rate, which measures people who were unemployed in the lowest six months of the previous year, has been at 5.6 percentage points higher than in August.14.

From December through March, the median annual income for the average American has risen from $55,000 to $66,000.15.

In December, the average wage for a full- or part-timer with a college degree was $50,000, while the average for a high school dropout was $31,00016.

In September, the annual median income for a family of four with two adults was $46,000; for a three-person family, the figure was $54,00017.

In the third and fourth quarters of 2016, average household incomes were the highest in more than four years, while inflation has been flat for the past five years.18.

Between November and February, unemployment for young people rose from 4.2 to 4 and 3.4