A lot of people have been disappointed by the state of the economy in the US this year.
The news cycle was dominated by the election and the Brexit vote.
But it’s a problem that can be remedied.
Here are the people who are hurting the most.1.
Those who are losing their jobsThe US unemployment rate dropped from 5.1% to 5.0% this year, but it’s still much higher than other developed nations.
Many of the people working in the country have seen their wages cut.2.
People who are unemployedThe US has one of the highest unemployment rates in the world.
The US unemployment is higher than many European countries, and it has gotten worse since Trump’s election.
The unemployment rate in the UK was 4.6% and it is still higher than in the EU.3.
People losing their homesThe US homeownership rate is at an all-time high.
It is also higher than most other developed countries.4.
People in nursing homesA nursing home resident is often called a “homeless person” in the media.
There are about 13 million Americans in nursing home care, according to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.
This is a major source of unemployment in the United States.5.
People on food stampsThe number of Americans on food stamp benefits has dropped from about 3 million in 2015 to about 1 million today.6.
The number of people receiving unemployment benefitsThe unemployment rate for people receiving food stamps has been trending downward for years.
It peaked at 6.9% in the third quarter of 2016.
The rate has been rising recently.7.
People getting medical care from MedicaidIt is still a problem.
The total number of Medicaid recipients has fallen from around 2 million in 2014 to about 600,000 today.8.
People dying while waiting for treatmentPeople in the medical care system have been hit the hardest.
The medical care is so expensive, that some people are dying waiting for care.
The death rate is still much lower than the death rate for other people in the same situation.9.
The cost of health insuranceFor every dollar a person makes, he or she has to pay an additional $1.00.
In 2016, the average family earned just over $35,000 per year.
People making under $10,000 a year are less likely to have health insurance than people making more than $100,000.10.
People with mental health problemsPeople who suffer from mental illness or addiction have been in the spotlight recently, but people in poverty are more likely to experience mental health issues than other Americans.
People are more at risk of depression, anxiety, or other mental health disorders.11.
People facing bankruptcyMany people who get health insurance because of the Affordable Care Act have been hurt by bankruptcy.
The healthcare system is so complicated, and the government doesn’t provide the help that people in other countries get.