An error occured. Details Hide
You have unsaved pages. Restore Cancel

The US unemployment rate has been falling steadily since 2010, from 9.6 percent of the total labor force to 3.9 percent in December 2018. 

  • The IMF and European Commission project unemployment to remain stable in the near future while the OECD gives expects a slight uptick in 2019 in its short-term forecast.

Were you looking for data on the latest US unemployment rate? Find it here.


For analysis of other G20 economies, select a country page:

US | Canada | Mexico | France | Germany | UK | Italy | Brazil | Argentina | Turkey | Australia | China | India | Japan | South Korea | Indonesia | Russia | South Africa | Saudi Arabia | EU | Euro Area

Or, select an economic indicator:

GDP Forecast | Inflation Forecast | Unemployment Forecast | Current Account Balance Forecast | Government Debt Forecast

Last updated: 

Are you sure you want to delete this page?

Are you sure you want to delete this document?

Unable to delete the page because it has shortcuts referencing it at the following locations:

    Please delete these shortcuts first, then delete page itself.

    Our Privacy Statement & Cookie Policy

    Our website uses cookies to improve your online experience. They were placed on your computer when you launched this website. You can change your personal cookie settings through your internet browser settings.

    Privacy Policy