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Have You Been Looking for a Job in the U.S. Recently? Tell Us Your Story

We want to hear from Americans who have been looking for jobs in this expanding domestic economy.

A plant in Spartanburg, S.C., that assembles components for BMWs. With strong jobs growth in manufacturing in July, the unemployment rate for those without a high school diploma fell to 5.1 percent, the lowest since the government began collecting data on such workers in 1992.CreditDustin Chambers for The New York Times

Unemployment fell to 5.1 percent in July among American workers hardest hit by the Great Recession — those who lack high school diplomas — The Times reported Friday. It also fell to 3.9 percent among the general population.

Are you a newly employed worker who has recently capitalized on this job growth? Are you a worker who is still looking for a job? We want to hear about your job search and, if you’ve found a new position, how it compares with your old one.


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