U.S. unemployment rate 6.9% improved for six consecutive months as infection re-expands

U.S. unemployment rate 6.9% 6 months in a row improved due to re-spread of infection November 6 at 11:22 p.m.

The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 6.9 percent last month, improving for the sixth month in a row. However, the infection of the new coronavirus has been spreading again recently, and the employment environment is unforgivable.
According to October employment statistics released by the U.S. Department of Labor, the unemployment rate was 6.9 percent, an improvement of one point from the previous month. This is the sixth consecutive month of improvement.

The unemployment rate in the United States has continued to improve with the resumption of economic activity since the outbreak of the new coronavirus hit 14.7 percent in April, the worst since statistics be became rising.

In addition, the number of non-agricultural workers increased by 638,000 compared to the previous month, exceeding market expectations.

However, in the United States, the spread of the new coronavirus has been spreading again recently, and it has been pointed out that there is a weakening movement to re-employ employees even among restaurants, hotels, entertainment facilities, etc. that have resumed operations.

In addition, the employment environment cannot be foreseen because the ruling and opposition parties have not gathered to secure additional funds over the economic measures of the countries that small and medium-sized enterprises have used to maintain employment.